Erin Gardner | Lifestyle Section Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube sensation Logan Paul returned to his platform on Jan. 24 after a three-week hiatus after publishing his 15-minute video of the Aokigahara Forest and finding an apparent suicide victim.
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Haylee Followell | Lifestyle |email@example.com
On Oct. 13 in Peden Stadium, there was a sense of solemnity. There are no voices, but over the speakers classical music is being played. The Monument Quilt was a display made up of 1,000 quilts made from survivors of sexual assault and rape, speaking out about their abuse. October 13 marks the first time this display has ever been at Ohio University.
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Mackenzie Kane | Society Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
On Oct. 1, 2017, what has been said to be the deadliest mass shooting in America occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. The shooting left 58 people dead and over 500 others injured. Fifty-eight people died at an event they attended with family and friends to have a good night. This is not the first time something like this has happened in America, and if changes aren’t made, it will not be the last.
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Raichel Jenkins | Editor-in-Chief | email@example.com
Like many, I eagerly set out to binge-watch “Thirteen Reasons Why” on Netflix. I found myself just as frustrated with Clay for dodging watching the tapes for thirteen episodes, but ultimately found myself frusturated for other reasons. This is a short show and I really struggled to finish it and only recently came to understand why that is. *Warning there are some spoilers in this review.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer| Josephine Celeste| firstname.lastname@example.org
You all have heard something about the march – whether it be positive or negative. You probably even know someone who went to one, considering there were over 600 sister marches. I went to the march in D.C. with my mom, cousin, and aunt while staying with my godfather and his family – just a few metro stops from where the march occurred.
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Society Editor | Korina Meister | email@example.com
A protest started on Wednesday at 4 p.m. on the stairs of the court house on Court Street. Students were protesting Trump’s Muslim ban, and were making demands for Ohio University to take a sanctuary stance. Men and women stood with a megaphone, sharing their stories and opinions on the matter.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer| Ben Vizy| firstname.lastname@example.org
On January 21, 2017, the newly inaugurated President Trump’s first full day in office, millions of women took to the streets all over the country in protest against the man they feel will put their rights in danger. Over 500 cities hosted marches, including at least seven major cities in Ohio. Among this crowd were women of all walks of life, including — quite often — college students.
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Lifestyle Writer |Morgan Coovert| email@example.com
The age-old war between Pro-Life and Pro-Choice advocates continues to force its way into the cracks and crevices of our everyday lives. Whether it’s a poster, pamphlet, protest, advertisement, or speaker it’s clear that there’s no end in sight for the battle between the two movements. And there shouldn’t be, because although it may be a tired issue, its core involves human life and human rights, neither of which should be taken lightly.
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FANGLE Magazine Editor-in-Chief | Raichel Jenkins | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Robin Camp,
I recently watched the CNN video describing your response to the rape of a 19-year-old girl.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer | Morgan Coovert | email@example.com | Instagram: @mcoovs
This summer, Brock Turner was the name on the lips of thousands of Americans who were shocked by the result of his trial. In January of 2015, Turner, former Stanford swimmer, was accused of raping an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on the school’s campus. Two grad students served as witnesses and said, as BuzzFeed reports, they found him, “aggressively thrusting his hips into her.” The boys called out, and Turner began to run, with one student chasing after him. That night, he was arrested.
Continue reading What Brock Turner’s Early Release Means for College Women