Jackson Lane Senior Staffwriter

Class of 2013


  • New noise policy aims to quiet campus

    The campus noise policy has been revised to limit the amount of noise coming from student organization activities on the Cut. The revisions were announced to leaders of Greek and student organizations in an email from Director of Student Activities Elizabeth Vaughan and Associate Director of Student Life for Upperclass and Greek Houses Lucas Christain. The new policy is also available online in Ca...

    News | September 24, 2012
  • Fewer companies coming to conference for business students

    Students in the Tepper School of Business were disappointed to see that only 30 companies would be attending this year’s Business Opportunities Conference (BOC). This marks the fourth year in a row where employer attendance at the BOC has decreased from that of the previous year.

    Special | September 10, 2012
  • Local nightclub under fire for disability policy

    Amaris Whitaker, a master’s student in public policy and management at Heinz College, and her attorneys from the Mizner Law firm filed a complaint against the Static nightclub on Feb. 23, alleging the club discriminated against Whitaker due to a disability.

    News | April 16, 2012
  • Parents’ intervention deprives children of life lessons

    According to an article published in The Huffington Post, Colorado Springs canceled its annual Easter Egg Hunt due to too much anticipated parental intervention.

    Forum | April 2, 2012
  • Smith illuminates Wall Street’s flawed culture

    If you’re interested at all in the affairs of Wall Street, then you’ve probably heard about Greg Smith. After resigning as vice president for Goldman Sachs, Smith published an opinion piece in The New York Times titled “Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs,” criticizing the company’s culture. Smith’s article points out two main flaws at Goldman Sachs: First, that the company is not working to help its...

    Forum | March 26, 2012

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