Editorial roundup

March 11, The New York Times on paid sick leave:Walmart, the nation’s largest private employer, set a standard for the rest of the private...

Editorial roundup

Time to end tolerance of hazingThe Columbus Dispatch, March 10Will 2020 be the year that the toxic elements of Greek culture on Ohio’s college...

Prosperity depends on more affordable housing

The Columbus Dispatch, March 1When it comes to making an area livable, some requirements are non-negotiable. People want good jobs, good schools, safe streets,...

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Kent State must keep Fonda as May 4 speakerAkron Beacon Journal, Feb. 22Nearly 47 years after the last U.S. combat troops boarded a C-130...

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EdChoice list grows beyond intended fixThe Canton Repository, Jan. 26Recruiting season is upon us.Not for athletes, but rather for students who will be enrolled...

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For better or worse: What Ohio’s General Assembly did and didn’t do in 2019Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec. 29The Ohio General Assembly’s work in 2019,...

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April 10, The Washington Post on New Zealand’s gun control compared to the U.S.:FIFTY VICTIMS. Twenty-six days. That — along with common-sense leadership from...

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April 9, Los Angeles Times on the departure of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen:The announcement that Kirstjen Nielsen was stepping down as Secretary of...

Privacy and freedom on the internet

How many times have you searched for something on Google and almost immediately after searching, returned to your social media account, only to see...

Technology’s effect on social behavior

Social media is now a part of each American’s daily life. According to MIT Technology Review, Americans spend over 24 hours a week on...