Archive for September 2012

A Word From the Co-Editor

How does society’s interpretation of authority affect the perpetration of violence? Contrast recent shootings involving police officers. Last week, police constables (PC) Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32, responded to a fake burglary call in the Tameside borough of… Read More ›

EMU’s Wind Ensemble

A typical wind ensemble consists of 50-60 members. EMU’s has less than 30. However, the program’s director John Dull is not allowing this fact to discourage the group. “We are small, but happily in balance,” says Dull. “With small numbers… Read More ›

Get to Know Public Lands

Adventure enthusiasts will have free access to public recreation sites on Saturday, Sept. 29 for National Public Lands Day. Starting in 1994, NPLD recruits volunteers to remove invasive plants, build and maintain trails, plant native species, and pick up trash… Read More ›