Tomorrow marks the last day of fall classes. After the weekend, finals will try to claim our sanity. But once finals are over, the much-anticipated winter break begins. Before we know it, spring semester will be upon us, and t... Read more »
Last Sunday the Akron Beacon Journal ran a full-page ad signed by seven of Akron’s prominent business executives, which exhorted readers to put faith in the changes at UA and “come together” to support it.
Near the bot... Read more »
UA President Scott Scarborough began his Akron Press Club speech yesterday by pulling out the dry erase markers and telling the audience he was going to run it like he does “normal meetings” with “faculty, staff, or students.”
He as... Read more »
Have you ever questioned whether you should open the door for someone ahead of you who is in a wheelchair? Or have you felt uncomfortable sitting next to someone with an apparent physical disability in class?
These are just a ... Read more »
Marijuana prohibition will not last, but the monopoly that issue 3 creates certainly will.
Call it a monopoly, oligopoly, or cartel— the principal problem with issue 3 is that it puts 10 wealthy investors into the constitution... Read more »
UA President Scott Scarborough’s penultimate slide from Tuesday’s “State of the University” address showed the stoic face of Theodore Roosevelt, one of American history’s most resilient men, along with a quotation of ... Read more »
Admitting wrongdoing is difficult—and apparently too difficult, especially for The University of Akron’s administrators.
The tenderest consolation UA’s constituents have so far received is the passive statement, “Mi... Read more »
Monday’s USG Town Hall meeting with Scott Scarborough held great promises, but left something to be desired.
The idea of a town hall meeting carries a strong connotation of intimacy: guests openly presenting ideas, voic... Read more »