Tag Archives: Josh Mahannah

Tread lightly when scouting for reform

Josh Mahannah, ’Doah Staff Writer March 26, 2013 For the past few weeks I have been contemplating this question: Should we as a population force private organizations to change their policies, when their freedom of expression–policies included–is protected by the Constitution? The best example playing out right now is the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and their anti-gay policy which is

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Fairytales collide in ‘Into the Woods’

Josh Mahannah, ’Doah Staff Writer March 6, 2013 This past weekend, “Into the Woods” opened in Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre, and I decided to go and check out the hard work of some of our fellow students. “Into the Woods,” a Sondheim classic, has never been my favorite musical. The idea of mashing up several fairy tales into a show fit for performance

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Students train to be ‘Concerned Listeners’

Josh Mahannah, ’Doah Staff Writer February 6, 2013 Spiritual Life Coordinator Amanda Shenk is diligently working to bring Concern Hotline training to campus. The Concern Hotline serves as a 24/7 help hotline for those in need of assistance, or just someone to talk to, for the counties of Winchester, Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah, Warren and Page. It also functions as a suicide

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