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Columbus City Attorney Zach Kleins pledge not to prosecute abortion-related crimes was more a political act than a legal one, BW Associate Professor Peter Kwiatkowski said.
Analysis: In case of local prosecutors' abortion pledge, politics outweighed practicality
Simon Skoutas, Managing Editor, Copy Desk • September 26, 2022

Following the Supreme Court’s overruling of Roe v. Wade and the subsequent enaction of Ohio’s ban on abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, two Ohio prosecutors...

Renovated North Hall is now open to students
Renovated North Hall is now open to students
Zachary Ottenweller, Business Manager • September 22, 2022

North Hall is now open to students following some recent renovations as part of a long-term plan to update and improve the residence halls on campus. North Hall was first...

JacketCare virtual health service renamed as TimelyCare
Gloria Mireles-Barrera, Staff Writer • September 22, 2022

JacketCare, a free, on-demand, virtual health service, recently had its name changed to TimelyCare. The name changed, but the 24/7 service to Baldwin Wallace students for...

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(Left to RIght) Lindsey Burke, Bradley Hughes, Bella Issa and
Gioianna DiGiorgio perform their play “(Not) Everybody Lives.”
24-Hour Theatre Project gives students 'nerve-wracking,’ 'exciting' challenge
Ursula Saadeh, Staff Writer • September 18, 2022

On the evening of Sept. 9, Baldwin Wallace students gathered in the Kleist Center for Art & Drama ready to undertake an exciting challenge: writing, directing, and performing...

“The Northman” Review: Eggers’ New Period Film Brings Viking Revenge to Screen
Micah Simmons, Staff Writer • April 24, 2022

When it was first announced that director Robert Eggers' (“The Witch”, “The Lighthouse”) next project was a large-budget Viking movie, the internet went crazy. As...

Sonic the Hedgehog Sequel Wins Box Office Sequel Battle
Paul Weber, Staff Writer • April 24, 2022

Following the success of the original film, Paramount Pictures’ “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” has made another box office splash, grossing $241,461,409 million dollars worldwide...

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Columbus City Attorney Zach Kleins pledge not to prosecute abortion-related crimes was more a political act than a legal one, BW Associate Professor Peter Kwiatkowski said.
Analysis: In case of local prosecutors' abortion pledge, politics outweighed practicality
Simon Skoutas, Managing Editor, Copy Desk • September 26, 2022

Following the Supreme Court’s overruling of Roe v. Wade and the subsequent enaction of Ohio’s ban on abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, two Ohio prosecutors...

Lou Higgins Recreation Center, Upsprung Gym Entrance
Wellfest highlights range of opportunities to stay healthy, have fun
Sunaina Kabadkar, Senior Editor • September 22, 2022

On Sept. 16, the Wellness Advisory Council, Campus Recreation, Health Services, and Counseling Services co-sponsored Wellfest, an event that highlighted health available health...

With abortion access severely curtailed in Ohio, many may need to travel outside state borders to seek care
With abortion access severely curtailed in Ohio, many may need to travel outside state borders to seek care
Hannah Wetmore, Managing Editor, Copy Desk • September 22, 2022

With this year’s ruling by the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned the precedent set by Roe v. Wade, people in Ohio face much...

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