Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

The Exponent

Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

The Exponent

 Secretary of State Frank LaRose (speaking) alongside Rep. Brian Stewart, R-Ashville, introducing a constitutional amendment requiring a 60% supermajority for all future citizen-led ballot amendments.
Ohio Republicans launch effort to make citizen-led amendments harder to pass for voters
Legislative Republican leaders also negotiating other changes, nix plan for automated voter registration
Nick Evans, Ohio Capital Journal • November 18, 2022
This article is shared with permission from The Buckeye Flame, a nonprofit news outlet covering LGTBQ+ Ohioans.
First hearing held on SB 50 to ban conversion therapy on minors in Ohio
SB 50 would impose sanctions on health care professionals who engage in conversion therapy on minors, including revoking their license or certificate of registration.
Ken Schneck, Editor, The Buckeye Flame • November 17, 2022
The marquee of the closed Regal Cinemas in Middleburg Heights is now blank.
Regal Cinemas’ closure in Middleburg Towne Square plaza leaves vacuum of accessible movie theaters near campus
The Regal Cinemas’ closure means closest remaining theater to Baldwin Wallace's campus is four miles away.
Chase J. Gilroy, Staff Writer • November 15, 2022
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The Lafayette String Quartet consists of Ann Elliott-Goldschmid on first violin (top left), Sharon Stanis on second violin (top right), Joanna Hood on viola (bottom right) and Pamela Highbaugh Aloni on cello (bottom left).
Lafayette String Quartet to make farewell tour stop at Conservatory
Sunaina Kabadkar, Senior Editor • November 18, 2022
Emily Polcyn, left, plays Cassius, who conspires with Brutus (Jason Diers, pictured right) to kill Roman emperor Julius Caesar.
In student-mounted “Julius Caesar,” it only takes seven people to change the world
Sunaina Kabadkar, Senior Editor • November 16, 2022
Black Arts Network shares resources, fosters community among artists of color
Kierra Mykel, Staff Writer • November 15, 2022
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Lindsay-Crossman Chapel, which was founded during the era of German Wallace College, will host an event commemorating its 150th anniversary on Nov. 17.
Lindsay-Crossman Chapel to celebrate 150 years
Sophia Rossero, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
TikTok video star Elie Haoui films a video in front of Strosacker Hall on the campus of Baldwin Wallace University.
Popular TikTok personality stops by Baldwin Wallace
Ella York, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
S.A.L.S.A.’s second annual Noche de Fiesta event features traditional food, entertainment
Gloria Mireles-Barrera, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
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On 50th anniversary of Title IX, women’s soccer players stress importance of inclusion
On 50th anniversary of Title IX, women’s soccer players stress importance of inclusion
Alyssa Klauminzer, Contributing Writer • November 15, 2022

On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, players on the Baldwin Wallace women’s soccer team reflected on how the law supports them as college athletes.   Established in 1972, Title IX prohibited sex-based...

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Election snapshot: With election fairness increasingly disputed, local skeptic takes matters into his own hands
Simon Skoutas, Managing Editor, Copy Desk • November 15, 2022

On Election Day, one local election integrity skeptic, Matt Luceen, conducted an independent exit poll outside of an Olmsted Township polling location to “double-check” the results of the election.    Luceen...

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Oppressing expression: Microaggressions are harmful yet sadly common
Oppressing expression: Microaggressions are harmful yet sadly common
Sophia Rossero, Staff Writer • November 15, 2022

“Do you speak English?” is a question that Ayah Zureiqat, a junior chemistry major at Baldwin Wallace University, is asked frequently. Zureiqat is a Muslim woman who wears...

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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913
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