Athletics Are Not Brutal, Life Is
To the Editors:

Two weeks ago, Channing Joseph made the suggestions that sports are violent, brutal, and that the world may be better off without athletes.

Oberlin Needs Higher Density

Drag Ball is Not a Spectator Sport

Student Demands Canadian Studies Program Now

Peace Activist League Favors End of Violence

World Bank Plagues Third World

Drag Queen Calls For Respect For Drag Community

Drag Ball Posters Offend Student

Design Initiative Backs SCA Project

Pointless Questions...with Aaron Mucciolo

Dean Goldsmith Shares View of Men and Sexual Violence

Andy Schwab Graces Community

Transgender Films To Follow Drag Ball

Smokers Break Personal Space

Center to Connect Town and Gown


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