THE EXPONENT

Rising course caps aim for ‘equity;’ some disagree
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From ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ to ‘Mad Max,’ prof explores feminism in dystopias

On Oct. 24, Dr. Ana de Freitas Boe, professor of English, gave a lecture in Ritter Library as part of Baldwin Wallace’s “Dystopias: Prophecies, Predictions & Paranoia” event.

Students take part of prestigious opera

Wednesday and Thursday nights are not typically nights to be out on the town, but Oct. 23 and 24 proved any night of the week could be fun with the two performances of the opera “Dido and Aeneas” in downtown Cleveland.

Cleveland Orchestra draws large crowd

The Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music rang with the sounds of one of America’s preeminent and most iconic symphony orchestras on Friday, Oct. 25.

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