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Girls are officially in Boy Scouts. Now what?

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By Creighton Holub, guest columnist cypressnewsreview.com

If you’ve lived under a rock for the past year or so, this might be breaking news to you, but starting today — Feb. 1, 2019 — the Boy Scouts of America have opened the final door to girls participating in the organization’s keystone program: The Boy Scouts.

With one minor change: The program for 11-to-17 year olds that is most famously known for the Eagle Scout Award also changed it’s name to “Scouts BSA” today.…

Which Minorities Should YOU Be Persecuting In 2019?

Don't feel you have to limit your targets of discrimination just to the minorities listed — get creative! Depending on your location, many other outgroups may be available to harass or persecute!

Read Our Handy Guide To Find Out!

Satire by Corporate Christ, GUEST COLUMNIST

Are Lesbians moving into your community? Does the thought of Chinese children playing with your children frighten you? There are so many people to hate nowadays it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Read our handy article to make your own decision and you too can begin to make sense of your petty prejudices.

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Letter: Proposed Title IX Regulations Put Students at Greater Risk for Sexual Assault

At a time when students face terrifyingly high rates of sexual assault on college campus (23% of female, 5% of male, and 24% of trans and gender non-conforming students), the federal government is cutting back protections in Title IX.

 

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Catharsis, Episode 2: Interview — Jeffery Sachs

https://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/catharsis/gg_c_20181117_e002.mp3Podcast (https-www-greylockglass-com-feed-catharsis): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
by Eoin Higgins, special to the Greylock Glass

Hi everyone,Here’s the second episode of Catharsis, my interview with Jeffrey Sachs about his book: A New Foreign Policy – Beyond American Exceptionalism.

President Trump and French President Macron at Hôtel national des Invalides in July of 2017, commemorating Bastille Day (French National Day), as well as the 100th anniversary of the American troops joining World War I with the allies in France; photo courtesy US Embassy, France.…

Experience building relationships key reason to vote Harrington for DA

To the editor,

Will experience decide the District Attorney race? I think it should—and that is why I support Andrea Harrington. Paul Caccaviello’s familiarity with “business as usual” at the Berkshire County DA’s office is precisely why I am not supporting him. The office of Capeless and Caccaviello has resisted change for too long, and it is doing Berkshire County a disservice.

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Former SVU prosecutor says Berkshire DA office handling of rape case “a travesty”

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To the Editor:

I am an attorney, admitted to the bar for forty-five years, and write in regard to the race for District Attorney.

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DA response to controversy over 2016 sexual assault case raises more questions

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by Eoin Higgins, special to the Greylock Glass

On Thursday afternoon, Berkshire County District Attorney Paul Caccaviello commented on yesterday’s reporting at The Greylock Glass on his office’s involvement in the mishandling of sexual assault evidence in a 2016 alleged rape case at Williams College.

NOTE: Be sure to read part one of this story here.

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Berkshire DA handling of sexual assault evidence under fire

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by Eoin Higgins, special to the Greylock Glass

CONTENT ADVISORY: The materials contained in the ancillary documents contain subject matter describing sexually traumatic experiences that some readers may find disturbing

NOTE: This story has new developments. View the updates here.

The Berkshire County District Attorney race is seeing the convergence of #MeToo, the midterms, and criminal justice reform become a major campaign issue in the final days of the campaign as the DA’s handling of sexual assault at a prestigious local college is raising questions in the community.…

Catharsis #1: Beatriz Buarque on Bolsonaro victory

http://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/catharsis/gg_c_20181029_ep001.mp3Podcast (https-www-greylockglass-com-feed-catharsis): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
by Eoin Higgins, special to the Greylock Glass

In this launch episode of our newest podcast, Catharsis, Eoin Higgins hears from Brazilian journalist Beatriz Buarque about Jair Bolsonaro’s once-unthinkable victory in Brazil’s runoff election on Sunday, October 28. Editor Jason Velázquez joins the conversation and welcomes Eoin to the Greylock Glass.

President Elect Jair Bolsonaro; photo by Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom/ Agencia Brasil; [CC BY 2.0]; via Wikimedia Commons

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Knight Endorses Caccaviello

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Judith Knight announces her endorsement for former Democratic candidate for District Attorney Paul Caccaviello.

Judith Knight endorsed Paul Caccaviello’s write in campaign for Berkshire County District Attorney on Tuesday. WAMC’s Josh Landes broke the story on Twitter.

Judith Knight announced her endorsement for former Democratic, turned independent, candidate for District Attorney Paul Caccaviello on the steps of the Berkshire County Court House October 16; photo courtesy Josh Landes, Berkshire Bureau Chief for WAMC Radio, via Twitter — @JoshLandesWAMC.

"Wholeheartedly" and "with a lot of thought", Judy Knight has endorsed @Paul4DA for Berkshire DA. Her comments acknowledge the seeming incongruity of the gesture given her progressive platform during the Democratic primary and her criticism of his office.…

The Greylock Glass Welcomes Eoin Higgins.

Hello everyone, my name is Eoin Higgins. I’m a writer and historian based in the Berkshires whose work regularly appears in outlets across the country. 

I’m excited about taking this step forward for local journalism in our region!

Eoin Higgins

Eoin Higgins is a writer and historian from western Massachusetts.

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Will Call #68: David Eppel bids farewell with Tartuffe

David Eppel shares thoughts on apartheid, creativity in the shadow of oppression, and his 35 years as a professor of theatre at Williams College

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