Toledo president Sharon Gaber’s push for “elite faculty” might be misplaced (May 29, “UT looks to attract esteemed professors”). Ignoring her de facto put-down of current UT faculty, Ms. Gaber’s belief that
Harambe, the magnificent and rare gorilla shot dead at the Cincinnati Zoo last weekend, did not have to die. If the boy had not been there; if the enclosure had been a proper one; if the gorilla had been born and remained in the wild, the zoo would
The Blade got it right about The Andersons (May 22, “Protect a Toledo treasure). For the good of everyone it serves, and, especially for the community, The Andersons should remain independent. For nearly 70 years, the Toledo area has been
Toledoans should boycott the Cincinnati Zoo and all things Cincinnati.
By the time he got to Vietnam, President Obama was supposed to have had a commitment from that nation’s communist government to improve its record on human rights. But the host government blocked dissidents from meeting with him. One of them
I was taught in civics class that Democracy was the greatest form of government and that everybody had the right to vote. It was my civic duty to vote, that my vote was important, and that every vote mattered and counted equally. When all
A public official who does not want to play by the rules is disconcerting.
Photos, stories bring to mind those who have earned our salutes.