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Album Review | Aaron Gillespie 'almost' succeeds with solo project, but lacks the originality to pull it off 24

Tufts Daily, Tufts University, Medford, MA

19 hours ago by Grant Beighley

Aaron Gillespie, a person foreign to most, is one of the biggest heavyweights in the hardcore/screamo scene. As the drummer and melodic singer (as opposed to screamer Spencer Chamberlain) of the band Underoath, he makes the band accessible to a larger audience with his catchy choruses and pounding beats.

Commentary: Obama support misplaced 8

Northeastern News, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

2 hours ago by

Sen. Barack Obama seems like a pleasant guy. It'd probably be fun to shoot some hoops with him.

But I'd have to call a foul for some of Obama's blunders in foreign policy development. He postures as the peace player in this upcoming presidential election but his actions are in many ways hypocritical.

Cocaine abuse needs to end 6

Tufts Daily, Tufts University, Medford, MA

7 hours ago by Brian Yun

Why Barack Obama cannot become the next President of the United States 6

The Suffolk Voice, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

18 hours ago by Asbel Nunez Jr.

With the 2008 election just seven short months away, the people of America better take a step back and ask themselves if we can really give the keycard with the nuclear launch codes to Barack Obama; a three year senator with zero national security experience, and a voting record more liberal than Bernie Sanders, the socialist senator from Vermont.

Doctor settles with N.H. board after student complaint 4

Keene Equinox, Keene State College, Keene, NH

1 day ago by Faith Swymer

A former college physician settled with the N.H. Board of Medicine after a complaint was filed by a student in 2004 alleging unprofessional conduct and failure to maintain proper medical records.

Dr. Dennis Swartout, who was contracted to Health Services from 2002 to January 2005, reached a settlement of a $2,000 fine and six hours of continued medical education on record keeping over the October 2004 incident.


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Spring 2008, Vol. 19, No.2Book on Ethics to Replace Spring '08 ME Issue

 Spring 2008, Vol. 19, No.2Book on Ethics to Replace Spring '08 ME Issue

Media Ethics Magazine, Emerson College, MA

17 hours ago

The Spring 2008 issue of Media Ethics is replaced by the book An Ethics Trajectory: Visions of Media Past, Present and Yet to Come, which consists of the proceedings of the first and second U.S. media ethics summits in 1987 and 2007. The book also includes chapters by, among others, Al Gore, Adam Powell III, Clifford Christians on current and future media ethics issues. The regular ME material will appear in the Fall '08 issue. (Book cover design by Jan Cothran.)

The News goes independent

Northeastern News, Northeastern University, MA

6 days ago by Amara Grautski

After 82 years as the university's on-campus newspaper, the Northeastern News will change its name to the Huntington News and become independent of the university in September

Although the newspaper's content and distribution will remain the same, the Huntington News will be located off-campus at 295 Huntington Ave.

Circus abuse alleged

Northeastern News, Northeastern University, MA

6 days ago by Matt Collette

The circus is in town, and along with a big blue tent, acrobats and an extensive menagerie are questions of animal cruelty and neglect.

As recently as last year, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has accused the Atlanta-based UniverSoul Circus, which has pitched its tent at Columbus Lot for the week, of leasing animals from exhibitors who have failed to meet minimum federal standards in veterinary care, medical records, adequate space and failure to properly maintain transport vehicles.

Hollywood moves east

Northeastern News, Northeastern University, MA

6 days ago by Alana Cádiz

It was 5:30 on a March morning and tons of actors were swarming a tent in the Burlington Mall parking lot. It was the beginning of their long work day - at least 12 hours, possibly 16.

For some, there was nothing novel about the scene. The regulars were catching up with old friends.

Sponsors of Spring 2008, Vol. 19, No. 2

Media Ethics Magazine, Emerson College, MA

17 hours ago

Media Ethics is independent. It is editorially eclectic, and the sponsors are not responsible for its content. It strives to provide a forum for opinion and research articles on media ethics, as well as a venue for announcements and reviews of meetings, opportunities, and publications.

NEALLEY, RODRIGUEZ INDICTED FOR OSA EMBEZZLEMENT

Tufts Daily, Tufts University, MA

6 days ago by Rob Silverblatt and Giovanni Russonello

A Middlesex County grand jury today indicted Jodie Nealley and another former Office of Student Activities (OSA) administrator for allegedly embezzling close to $1 million from the university. Nealley served as the office's director from 1996 until 2007, when she was fired after the university accused her of embezzling approximately $300,000.

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