Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Hackney: The protesting DePauw students aren’t brats. They’re brilliant. Some students say they don’t feel safe. Others characterized the incidents as symptomatic of deeply rooted racism and intolerance on campus. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 9 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Suzette Hackney, [email protected] Published 3:53 p.m. ET April 19, 2018 | Updated 5:21 p.m. ET April 19, 2018 CLOSE DePauw University students and family share reactions to racial, anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim and homophobic slurs found near … [Read more...] about Hackney: The protesting DePauw students aren’t brats. They’re brilliant.
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LANCASTER – Brian Shupp has always had confidence in his shot, but the Lancaster junior wasn’t pulling the trigger. With the urging from his coaches to shoot more, Shupp has responded in a big way and he did it again Thursday night in helping lead the Golden Gales to a 53-35 nonconference win over visiting Columbus West. It was Lancaster’s second win in a row and its fourth of the season, which surpasses last year’s win total of the three. Shupp finished with a career-high 21 points as he connected on 7 of 13 3-pointers. He had three 3s in the first quarter and made two more at the start of the second quarter to help the Gales separate themselves from the Cowboys (0-8). He also had seven rebounds and two assists. “I had a rough start to the season, shooting-wise, and I wanted to come out aggressive and the past few games I’ve been shooting a lot better,” Shupp said. “I just need to get more shots up. I had the confidence before, but I … [Read more...] about Shupp’s hot hand leads the way as Lancaster wins second in a row
The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival has revealed its lineup of 103 feature films. Related 'Diane' Trailer: Selfless But Tortured Mary Kay Place Seeks Redemption In Martin Scorsese-Produced Drama Standout films include world premieres of a hybrid narrative-documentary film about John DeLorean (starring Alec Baldwin); an Antoine Fuqua-directed documentary about Muhammad Ali; and films starring Margot Robbie and Billy Crystal. Christoph Waltz’s directorial debut, Georgetown, offers a cast including Annette Bening, Vanessa Redgrave and Corey Hawkins in a world premiere.The always-comprehensive offerings also include a must for film buffs and tech geeks, a documentary about sound in films, which features Walter Murch, Ben Burtt, Gary Rydstrom, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Barbra Streisand and Ryan Coogler. The festival, which this year runs April 24 to May 5, also announced its debut Critics’ Week sidebar, which will feature five picks chosen by New York-based … [Read more...] about Tribeca Film Festival Unveils Feature Lineup, With Screen Time For John DeLorean, Muhammad Ali, Chelsea Manning
After fifteen seasons on the air, longtime fans know the world of Grey Sloan Memorial and the lives of Grey’s Anatomy’s characters inside and out. With that shorthand and context firmly in place, Grey’s can be remarkably efficient in its storytelling. Tonight’s two-hour season premiere crams in half a dozen major storylines, even more subplots, and a whole bunch of different medical cases. Plus it finds time to introduce some major new characters, shake up the hospital’s structure, and set a clear season-long focus for its long-running protagonist. A newer show still fleshing out its world wouldn’t be able to do all that in just two hours, but by this point Grey’s Anatomy is a well-oiled machine. And there’s a lot of comfort in watching a show confidently do what it does best. For longtime Grey’s fans, this two-hour premiere is a big ol’ plate of comfort food. Only in this case “comfort food” means a medical … [Read more...] about Sex dreams and explosive rectal surgeries—it must be the
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Democrats held off an aggressive Republican challenge in Tuesday's high-stakes elections for control of the Kentucky House of Representatives and retained their 54-46 majority in the chamber.House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, said the Democrats held onto the majority because they worked cooperatively with Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear to pull Kentucky through the economic recession that began in 2008."The last six years the House Democratic caucus worked hand-in-hand with Gov. Beshear to lead Kentucky out of this recession in the most difficult of times... Tonight's victory was a true testament to the steady leadership of the governor and the House in dealing responsibly with the problems that we face," Stumbo said in a statement.Republicans had hoped for a net gain of five seats on the night to give the GOP a majority in the chamber for the first time since 1921. House Minority Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown, said the results were not what he had hoped … [Read more...] about Democrats hold control of Ky. House
Kentucky's general election is Nov. 8. For Kentucky House of Representative races in Jefferson County area, the CJ gave candidates the opportunity to provide some brief information about themselves and their positions. Some candidates have not yet responded.If you are a candidate and did not supply information and a photo, send up to 250 words to [email protected] Michael Payne (R) -- Michael Payne is a lifelong resident of Southwest Jefferson County who shares the concerns and values of his community. He is married with two children. A graduate of Valley High School, class of 1990, Michael has gone on to get technical degrees in both mechanical and architectural design technology from the Sullivan University System. Michael has also studied political science at the University of Louisville. With 13 years of experience as an engineering specialist with the UPS Airline, Michael has gained an understanding of transportation systems and large-scale logistics operations. … [Read more...] about Learn about candidates for Kentucky House