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A College Student’s Guide: Know Your Legal Rights on Campus

A College Student’s Guide: Know Your Legal Rights on Campus College students are protected by federal laws from mistreatment while on campus. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 bans sexual discrimination at schools receiving federal funds. In addition, minority students, transgender students, and students with disabilities have legal rights and protections under federal…
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The Dangers of Binge Drinking

The Dangers of Binge Drinking Drinking alcohol is a popular activity, and many people like to do it to relax and have fun. Those who drink legally, carefully, and in moderation shouldn’t have any problems with alcohol. However, there are many people who misuse alcohol, with potentially dangerous consequences. Binge drinking, or drinking heavily in…
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Judicial Elections Matter. Who Are You Voting For?

With this year’s presidential election being in the spotlight, it’s important to understand that judicial elections equally matter. In fact, I would suggest that judicial elections may be more impactful on your daily life than the national elections. Your President, Governor, or congressman cannot put you in jail, take away your children or order you…
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Can You Really Open a Fire Hydrant To Cool Off?

It’s an iconic scene from movies and pictures: Running through the spray of a fire hydrant on a hot day. Unfortunately, this isn’t a real-life scenario most of the time. While some cities (including our own city of Columbus) have periodically opened fire hydrants during particularly hot months, it’s just as illegal to open one…
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