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DIY how-to: Duct tape hem

Jacquelynn Glass, Staff Reporter
October 9, 2012

The new pants you bought last weekend fit you perfectly, and they were a steal at only $10. In your excitement it didn’t occur to you that you realize they are three inches too long. Normally, before coming to school you would just ask your mother to hem them for you, but now your mother... (more...)

A year after the repeal of DADT

Jacquelynn Glass, Staff Reporter
September 18, 2012

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) became the U.S. Military’s official stance on homosexuality as of December 21, 1993. It banned discrimination against members of the military who are closeted homosexuals or bisexuals, while also banning openly homosexual or bisexual individuals from serving... (more...)

LGBT activist wages war on the Bible

Jacquelynn Glass, Staff Reporter
May 8, 2012

American author, journalist and newspaper editor Dan Savage founded the “It Gets Better” project in 2010, a project that aims to prevent suicide among LGBT youth. Savage recently spoke at a high school journalism convention in Seattle, Wash. where students expected him to talk about bullying.... (more...)

Ryan Sotzen, '14, performs at Kappa Phi Eta's Rock Out for Autism Event.

Rock out for Autism

Jacquelynn Glass, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2012

On Monday, April 23rd, Kappa Phi Eta held their third annual “Rock Out for Autism.” This is K-Phi’s annual philanthropy project, and all proceeds go to the Have Dreams Foundation, a program dedicated to helping people with autism realize their full potential. The event included musical... (more...)

Hormone happiness

Jacquelynn Glass, Staff Reporter
March 13, 2012

Over the past few months there have been many examples of influential people, primarily men, in media and politics not knowing how hormonal contraceptives work, or their uses outside of birth control. Back in October 2011, Rachel Maddow had a “man cave” segment, in which she taught Mitt... (more...)