The Buchtelite

Bodenschatz, Galehouse win USG presidential election

Bodenschatz, Galehouse win USG presidential election

By Logan Lane, Copy Editor

April 11, 2016

Megan Bodenschatz has won the the 2016-2017 Undergraduate Student Government presidential election, USG announced at its weekly senate meeting last Thursday, April 7. Bodenschatz and her vice president Sterling Galehouse received 57.6 percent of the vote, beating out Isaac Lampner and running-mate C...

Many questions, few answers

President Scott Scarborough at the Nov. 18 Akron Press Club luncheon. Emcee M.L. Schultze of WKSU-FM is in the background.

By Grant Morgan, Managing Editor

November 19, 2015

“No topic is off-limits,” UA President Scott Scarborough told the crowd at yesterday’s Akron Press Club event in Quaker Square’s banquet hall, where nearly 175 educators, students, staff, alumni, administrators and community members came to hear him speak. But assuring that no topics are off-limits d...

Scarborough responds

President Scott Scarborough sat down with USG President Taylor Swift to answer students' questions at a town hall meeting.

By Logan Lane, Grant Morgan, and Zaina Salem

October 5, 2015

  “Why is this a Town Hall meeting but there is not a direct dialogue between us and the president?” shouted an audience member at the beginning of yesterday’s forum featuring UA President Scott Scarborough. “This whole texting thing really takes away from having a personal intera...

Atheists discuss questions on God

Secular Student Alliance members (from left to right): Jon Tucker, Michael Nabors, Shauna Lachendro, and Jason Wenneman.

By Michelle DeShon, News Writer

April 21, 2015

Sipping Einstein Bros coffee and holding handmade “Ask an Atheist” signs, a group of students stood in the rain last Thursday, April 16, to discuss the existence of a god. It was “Ask an Atheist” day, put on by members of UA’s Secular Student Alliance. Members gathered outside Bierce from...

I’m not racist, I just have questions

By Tyler Coventry, Student Writer

April 8, 2015

8Whenever somebody says “I’m not racist” it’s safe to assume that whoever is speaking is racist. I hope I am an exception to the rule. It’s a sensitive subject; something I’ve learned to handle with more tact. I’m not racist, I just have questions. A large portion of the people who live...