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News: Love Gets a Formula

Rabbi spells it out for men and women

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Women and men are obviously different, and their behavior toward relationships is no exception, according to Aryeh Pamensky. "The one difference between men and women when it comes to relationsh  

News: To Live and Die in Baghdad

Cincinnatian details Iraqi suffering before the war even starts

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 19, 2003
People in Iraq don't want George Bush's version of liberation, according to Mary Schoen, who recently returned from 19 days in that country. "Few people in Iraq are concerned about Saddam,"   

News: Getting Ready to Resist

Peace activists start training for civil disobedience

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2003
While the U.S. military prepares to invade Iraq, some Cincinnatians are considering civil disobedience in opposition to the war. The Empowerment Workshop for People Against War, held Jan. 11 at S  

News: Wear Something Now

Tank tops highlight threat to women

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 27, 2002
A woman is sexually assaulted every 45 seconds, but only one assault in 10 is reported, according to the FBI. To raise awareness of these statistics, Do Something Now fashioned the "Every 45 Seconds  

News: A Peaceful Clamor

Activists say news media shuts them out

0 Comments · Thursday, October 31, 2002
The anti-war movement has taken to the streets of Cincinnati once again. But is anyone listening? According to protesters, the media isn't. The President definitely isn't. One of the greatest  

News: What Democracy Looks Like

Kept from Bush's speech, protesters gather outside

0 Comments · Thursday, October 10, 2002
"Drop Bush, Not Bombs" was the very different battle cry coming from the masses of Cincinnati in opposition to President Bush's Oct. 7 call to arms against Saddam Hussein and, ultimately, the peopl