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    May 11, 2013

    May: Letter from the Editor

    Please join me in extending a warm welcome to the new Editor-in-Chief Lesley Eichelberger!

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    April 20, 2013

    April: Letter to the Editor

    The Franklin County Friends of Legal Services would like to thank the many businesses and offices that served as donation sites for the book drive for our 29th Annual Book Sale, and all the people who donated such wonderful books.

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  • L-R: Apprentice Editor Lesley Eichelberger and Editor-in-Chief Caileigh Oliver
    April 14, 2013

    March: Letter from the Editor

    Say "Hello" to the new Billboard.

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    February 24, 2013

    February: Letter to the Editor

    I am disappointed that I was told by an administrator that the decision has "nothing to do with the merits of a women's college." While I realize that we are in a difficult position, financially, we are an educational institution and that should hold some weight.

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    December 10, 2012

    December Editorial: Students are Individuals, Not Just Another Number

    This past semester has been an emotional, and sometimes even a charged experience. The issue of making drastic changes to the college in order for it to survive is a difficult one, especially when it involves the issue of admitting men as residential students. The community has been split in their opinions on the issue, some for admitting men and others against. Some say they just want the college to stay open, and other students have protested because they believe their voices have not been heard.

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    November 16, 2012

    Statement Made at the Nov. 1 Open Campus Meeting

    I want to start off by thanking the commission for the time and effort that they have dedicated to this process and the recommendations that they have made. I know that it probably has not been an easy task, and that you are under a lot of pressure. I understand that for Wilson to successfully achieve financial stability it is necessary for there to be changes. These changes should reflect our mission, and our purpose.

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    November 16, 2012

    Student Declaration of Rights

    We, the students, declare that our student body is rightfully entitled to a safe, educational, and empowering life during our time spent here at Wilson College.

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    November 16, 2012

    November Editorial: Is the Next “Year of the Woman” Upon Us?

    After the national election in 1992, headlines declared that it was the “Year of the Woman.” A record-breaking number of women had been elected to the United States Senate, meaning women held six of the 100 available. Even more impressive, 47 of the 106 women running for seats in the US House of Representatives won their elections—24 of them winning for the first time—meaning women held nearly 11-percent of the 435 voting positions in the House.

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    October 26, 2012

    October Editorial: Disconnect Between Current Students and Alumnae

    On Wed, Oct. 17, over 50 Wilson alumnae flooded campus to attend the Commission on Shaping the Future of Wilson College meetings. With encouragement from the Facebook group “Wild Wilson Women – Taking on the Cause,” the alumnae came to the meetings with numerous ideas and ways the college can continue to thrive, many made with the hope of helping the college avoid going co-ed.

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    September 28, 2012

    September Editorial: 2012: The Year to Speak Up and Make Your Voice Heard

     2012 is a big year. Turn on the news, and the discussion is probably about some aspect of the presidential race between Democrat President Barack Obama and Republican Nominee Mitt Romney – ranging from their positions on the big issues to what they were wearing last night. Not all of it is big and life changing, but it all contributes to the discussion about a major event that will affect the lives of every American.

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