Communiqué

Spaghetti, Meatballs, and Sarah Grey: How one alumna made the world a smaller place

April 3, 2015

What is a Spaghetti and Meatball dinner besides relatively easy to make and filling? A tool that can bring communities together, apparently. In a world where relationships are all too easily reduced to the likes of text messages and Face...

What SAE fraternity and the Oklahoma City Bomber have in common

April 3, 2015

There is nothing so great as watching someone truly awful get what they deserve (occasionally with a side helping of getting skewered by the court of public opinion). If there is justice in the world, the skewering will be swift, m...

Why Chatham should not force students to take EverFi's Haven

April 3, 2015

Several weeks ago the Office of Student Affairs sent out an email informing students that there was an additional requirement that needed to be completed by juniors, seniors, and graduate students before they would be permitted...

Dr. Jessie B. Ramey announced as inaugural director of the Women's Institute

March 30, 2015

Last May, University administration announced the development of a Women’s Institute to preserve Chatham’s dedication to women after the decision that it would admit men beginning in the fall of 2015, and on March 19, they...

In response to Sandy Trozzo's "North Hills to revamp two school libraries"

March 25, 2015

According to Sandy Trozzo’s “North Hills to revamp two school libraries”--found online on Post-Gazette.com, The North Hills School District proposed to spend about $1 million in structural fees and $470,000 on furniture to renovate the libraries in the middle school and...

Bringing Eden Hall on-line: the challenge of sustainability

March 5, 2015

Kimberly Lucke’s op-ed in the Communiqué--“The Emperor has no clothes: Eden Hall campus’ promise of sustainability as nothing more than an elaborate illusion”-- raises some interesting philosophical points, contains some fact...

Education Failure: Oklahoma edition

March 2, 2015

Law, religion, and education in the United States tend to mix in the strangest ways. In the 1930s, there was the case of Tennessee v. Scopes (teaching evolution in science as opposed to creationism, outlined in the Butler Act,...

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