Crime 10/18

Burglary On Oct. 16, a case of burglary on the fourth floor of Hill Hall was reported. Car Prowl On Oct. 12, a car prowl in the Ross Parking Lot was reported. Fondling On Oct. 12, an incident off campus was reported. Harassment On Oct. 16, an incident was reported at OSS but the investigation […]

Activism takes a knee

Football fields become political battlegrounds

Senior Hailey Williams remembers that when she was between the ages of 10 and 12, she talked to her mother about the American flag and what it meant to her family. “Once I heard the context behind what it has done to my people, I made the personal decision to not salute the flag every […]

Peace secured in justice

Reconciliation, forgiveness through justice

When he was a child, Reverend Naim Ateek’s town was conquered by the Zionist militia. “We did not have any army to defend us. There was nothing. We were just occupied,” Ateek recalled. His father did not know where to go. With 10 children, two of them married and with children of their own, Ateek’s […]

Senate 10/18

Senate developed a set of action plans this week to bring in new senators. Kaitlyn Payton, the Emerson Hall senator, proposed a strategy to fill the empty seats in senate, stating, “One thing we have talked about is hosting an event with the floor reps so that they felt like they are a part of […]

Behind The Clery Act

Local university crime statistics closely examined

  As the end of the quarter draws near, students continue to attend classes and study for tests, going about their daily academic tasks. All the while, the Office of Safety and Security continues to compile a daily crime log with reports ranging from car prowls to sexual assault, as required by the Clery Act. […]