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High school 'classics' taught for generations – could they be on their way out?

(THE CONVERSATION) If you went to high school in the United States anytime since the 1960s, you were likely assigned some of the following books: Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," "Julius Caesar" and "Macbeth"; John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men"; F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby&qu ... (full story)

After legal fight, Oberlin says it will pay $36.59M to Gibson’s Bakery

Oberlin University has announced that it has paid a $36.59 million judgment that a local bakery won against the school after the Ohio Supreme Court denied the school’s final appeal of the case.
The Ohio Supreme Court had turned down Oberlin College’s request to grant jurisdiction in an appeal of a 9th District Court ... (full story)

Mahoning County Bar President Ryan D. Ingram discusses his goals

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He comes from a long line of lawyers, who’ve made a point of giving back to the profession and the community, now Ryan D. Ingram is carrying on that tradition as president of The Mahoning County Bar Association.
“I am excited to serve as bar president,” said Ingram, a partner at Ingram, Cassese & Grimm. &ld ... (full story)

Donor beware: Take a pause before you give to any cause

(THE CONVERSATION) The public's trust in nonprofits declined from 59% in 2020 to 56% in 2022, according to Independent Sector, a coalition of nonprofits, foundations and corporate giving programs that tracks trends in philanthropy.
One likely explanation for this erosion of confidence in organizations that are supposed to do goo ... (full story)

Arizona's Latino voters, independents could spell MAGA candidates midterm defeats

(THE CONVERSATION) Two years after the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump's resentment over losing continues to energize his supporters in Arizona.
That resentment played out during the Aug. 13, 2022, Republican primaries that saw Trump-endorsed candidates for U.S. Senate, governor, secretary of state and state attorney ge ... (full story)