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Grab him by the policy

Grab him by the policy

Areeba Shah, Staff Reporter
February 7
Filed under Community

“The Women's March sent the message that we are not powerless and our situation is not hopeless. It was important to me that I was on the right side of history, so I went back to Toledo and got to work.” Jen Tharau, a fourth-year public health major at the University of Toledo and member of the...

University of Toledo reacts to travel ban

University of Toledo reacts to travel ban

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor
February 7
Filed under News, Top Stories

In response to President Trump’s recent travel ban that prohibited individuals from seven countries from entering the United States, University President Sharon Gaber released a statement to the University of Toledo community. “The University of Toledo welcomes people of all racial, ethnic, cultural,...

University of Toledo reacts to the travel ban

University of Toledo reacts to the travel ban

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor
February 7
Filed under News, Top Stories

The University of Toledo is home to approximately 2,000 international students, accounting for 10% of the student body. According to Sammy Spann, assistant provost for international studies and programs, the national average is in 5-7%, meaning the University of Toledo is one of the more diverse college...

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Zachary Rasey, IC Columnist
October 18
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...

Letter to the Editor: The promise of a Trump presidency

August 23
Filed under Letters, Opinion

I am a UT alumnus; as recently as 2003 I was a Master’s-level student majoring in Counseling Psychology. In 2000 I graduated Magna cum Laude with a degree in Psychology from one of the nation’s best Psychology departments, UT’s. I am addressing current UT students about a candidate to the Presidency...

Trump planting seeds of an all-against-all civil war

Ricardo Oscar Martinez, UT Alumnus
April 6
Filed under Letters, Opinion

Dear Mr. Abayateye, As a UT alumnus, I want to thank you for your article, “Don’t spread hate, spread love”: you did hit the mark about what Trump’s message is all about. So I want to make a few more points about it. Trump is not acting alone; there are foreign interests, related to re-emerging...

Don’t spread hate, spread love

Don’t spread hate, spread love

Philemon Abayateye, IC Columnist
March 22
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Every candidate in the current presidential campaign is free to express their views. However, being presidential candidates, their words and expressions can influence many people and bring up many issues and topics. Like any other election season, this year’s presidential candidates have introduced...

Why Trump?

Why Trump?

Gabrielle Hawkins, IC Columnist
February 24
Filed under Columns, Opinion

I’m as guilty as anyone for looking up Donald Trump memes and reading all the stupid, ugly and downright offensive things that come flying out of his mouth. He’s nothing more than a racist, a misogynistic loud mouth with no respect for anyone other than himself. He is the definition of offensive....

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