The Lazy Fashionista: Fall 2015 trend predictions

September 17, 2015

Fall is quickly approaching. The pumpkin spice latte has returned, school is back in session and Giant Eagle already has an entire section dedicated to Halloween (not that we are complaining — Reese’s pumpkins for the win...

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...

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,...

The Emperor has no clothes: Eden Hall campus’ promise of sustainability as nothing more than an elaborate illusion

February 23, 2015

Let’s not beat around the bush. Chatham University’s new addition of the Eden Hall campus is not fooling anyone. You can add all the fancy water filtration systems and solar panels you like--this new campus is not sustain...

Keep calm and cast a recall

November 17, 2014

What? What’s that you say? A bunch of rich white jerks have been elected to Congress again? Hah. Don’t scare me like that. I thought you meant something catastrophic had happened! Yes, another election day has come and gone. Th...

A letter from the editor: On the topic of going coed

October 31, 2014

Last year, when Esther Barazzone, president of Chatham University, announced that the Board of Trustees was considering going coeducational, there was outrage and heartbreak and confusion. There was a flood of complaints and protests...

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