Greg Linch

Opinion

Truth is answer to hate speech

More than 110 readers have commented on an online news story that also ran in print Thursday about the Muslim call to prayer being played from the Richter clock tower this month. The story received more than 1,000 page views after only one day, many of which came after the page was linked by outside…

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Suspense continues as SG election results delayed again

Click here or scroll to the bottom of the story to see video from Wednesday’s announcement. The “All About U” and “Committed to U” campaigns both went to bed Wednesday night still not knowing which ticket had won, yet another delay in the announcement of who would lead Student Government next year. They ended that…

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Crystal, Gross go to run-off; Lazaro endorses Crystal

Within minutes of the announcement that there would be a run-off election for Student Government president, now former candidate Dan Lazaro relayed his official support of the “All About U” ticket to its presidential candidate, Jeremy Crystal. “They will be a lot more able to get things done with students and administrators, and [by]having an…

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SG executive results remain elusive

POSTED MARCH 5 AT 5:44 P.M. UPDATED 7:07 P.M. Boos resonated within the University Center lower lounge Wednesday evening as students were once again left without an answer as to who would be the next Student Government leaders. “Unfortunately, due to election code violations brought up against both tickets, we are unable to announce the…

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Dan Lazaro announces support for Jeremy Crystal, ‘All About U’

POSTED FEB. 29 AT 12:32 A.M. Click here to read about the candidates. Within minutes of the announcement that there would be a run-off election for Student Government president, now former candidate Dan Lazaro relayed his official support of the “All About U” ticket to its presidential candidate, Jeremy Crystal. “They will be a lot…

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Crystal, Gross will go head-to-head

POSTED FEB. 28 AT 5:35 P.M. UPDATED FEB. 28 AT 9:41 P.M. It’s a run-off. Jeremy Crystal and Brandon Gross will face off in a second round of voting Monday through Wednesday. Crystal garnered one vote more than Gross, but the elimination of Dan Lazaro makes that irrelevant. Here is the breakdown for president: –…

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