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Lee: Women’s equality in sports could change dramatically under President Trump

Lee: Women’s equality in sports could change dramatically under President Trump

Women’s fight for equality in sports depends on how we see them off the the field. Why achieving equal rights in athletics is harder today, despite the legal protections of Title IX.

REVIEW: “2016: Obama’s America” is compelling but one-sided

Dinesh D’Souza’s film “2016: Obama’s America” successfully fulfills its purpose of providing scary, thought-provoking information to the public, but the highly controversial documentary limits itself to a very biased right-wing audience. The film begins with a history of D’Souza, the conservative author of “The Roots of Obama’s Rage” and the director of the movie. D’Souza

OPINION | Proposed education funding comes up short

In the 2012 State of the Union address, President Barack Obama emphasized the relationship between an affordable college education, a growing middle class and a strong national economy. The fiscal year 2013 budget proposal reflects this announcement, specifically with college education. Obama has proposed a 2.5 percent increase in educational spending. Butler students should understand

Coming up short: The debt ceiling vs. Federal Pell Grants

Recent debt ceiling debates in Congress could have left hundreds of Butler University students $5,550 short in financial aid for the 2011-12 academic year. The childlike debacle that the debt ceiling debate became in Congress this summer was not only tiresome but put college students across the country in a position of possibly having to

Take a vacation, Mr. President

Who does not like a good vacation? I know I do. It’s a time to get away from your career and put the stress of the world behind you. But what if you are the President of the United States? I’ve got a feeling it might be a little more difficult to escape the stress