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Smile for Smiles

Smile for Smiles

Emily Jackson, Community Editor
April 18, 2017
Filed under Community

Millions of children in developing countries suffer from cleft palates and lips. Most cannot eat or speak properly and are ostracized in their own communities. The cost of surgery is just $250, but most cannot afford this, so these clefts go untreated. However, one fraternity is planning to raise...

Harker: Technology and children—not always a bad union

Harker: Technology and children—not always a bad union

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
January 17, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

This past Christmas I was able to spend a week at home in Youngstown, Ohio, with my family. This was a rare opportunity for me, considering I can’t drop everything and make a three-hour drive every weekend. I was especially excited to see everyone while they opened their presents. As the oldest sibling...

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Zachary Rasey, IC Columnist
October 18, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion

There is no second guessing that our society is going through a very nasty presidential campaign process. The mood is repulsive and statements that we’d normally frown upon are becoming acceptable in our public spaces. Some say it comes with the currents; that we should allow a little bit of loose...

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