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Tuesday
Sep302014

‘The Weekly Update’ brought to you by The Spectator

Patrick Wiggins

Reporter

The Spectator now offers a new way for you to keep up with what’s going on around campus and around Columbus.

“The Weekly Update” is a broadcast-style show being produced by the some of the newspaper’s staff and other communication students. The broadcasts will be available at www.muwspectator.com, on YouTube and through The Spectator’s Twitter account, @MUWspectator.

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Tuesday
Sep302014

Movie Review: “The Equalizer” 

Evan Fox

Managing Editor

Action films revolving around the tired veteran getting pulled back into the life they left behind are common and rarely rise above simple entertainment. “The Equalizer” is not a common action film, injecting fresh moments into a tired script.

Directed by Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) and starring Denzel Washington and Martin Csokas, the film keeps the audience captive throughout the proceedings.

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Tuesday
Sep302014

Keeping you current in Columbus: Sept. 28-Oct. 4

Sayonara Jones

Reporter

Here’s what’s happening around town for the week of Sept. 28 to Oct. 4.

The Seventh Avenue Heritage Festival will be held on Oct. 3-4 on Seventh Avenue and 15th Street N.

This will be a heritage festival with an emphasis on African-American history and music in blues, gospel and R&B Grammy-award winning venues.

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Tuesday
Sep302014

MUW political science professor releases book on institutional racism

Antonio Small

Reporter

A book on institutional racism co-authored by MUW’s Dr. James D. Ward, professor of political science at the Mississippi University for Women, was recently released.  Ward co-authored the book with Dr. Mario A. Rivera, a professor of public administration at the University of New Mexico.  The book, titled “Institutional Racism, Organizations and Public Policy,” deals with racism in places such as government bodies, businesses and places of higher learning such as universities.

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Monday
Sep292014

Weekly Update September 22-26