The Buchtelite

Danger to Title IX: Enough is Enough

By Nick Golina, njg44@zips.uakron.edu

October 12, 2016

On behalf of the Aspiring Educators Program at The University of Akron, it is the position of our organization that, indeed, enough is enough. There is no excuse for Trump’s recent comments that suggest that he is guilty of not just blatant misogyny, but sexual assault of women. The implications o...

EXL Launch Week day one: introductions, millennials

EXL Launch Week day one: introductions, millennials

By Zaina Salem, Grant Morgan, and Dylan Reynolds

March 2, 2016

“The notion that you have to pick between what you love and paying the bills is absurd,” said Jeff Hoffman, co-founder of Priceline and founding director of The University of Akron’s new EXL Center. A series of events to launch the EXL Center — short for Experiential Learning Center for E...

Students face off, civilly

By Dylan Reynolds, Writer

November 2, 2015

The College Republicans and the College Democrats met in Kolbe Hall last Thursday, Oct. 29, for their first annual debate. The event was hosted by No Labels of Akron and Pi Sigma Alpha.   The purpose of the event was to “foster bipartisan dialog between the parties,” according to moderator Dav...

War on science

April 11, 2012

Written by: Matthew Balsinger   The state of Tennessee has joined an increasing trend in largely Republican-controlled southern states in declaring war on science education. On Tuesday, Tennessee state legislatures passed a law that gives teachers the right not to teach evolution and climate change...

Starbucks Considers Sponsoring Republican Candidates

February 1, 2012

by: Russ Friend Politics, like the definition of a Santorum, is a filthy and sometimes frothy business. I heard recently that Starbucks, in a shrewd move that’s sure to please conservatives, has considered sponsoring a number of Republican presidential candidates with their own brands of frothy f...

President Stephen Colbert

January 26, 2012

By: Russ Friend Nation, South Carolinians are speaking loud and clear. Granted, it’s in a slow southern drawl, a drawl that is only slightly faster than our University’s response to the shocking crime wave terrifying our campus that recently began a short 24 months ago. South Carolinians have...