Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor: We should be grateful for the community members who marched for climate action
University administration should have welcomed this as an opportunity to engage with students.
Racist and sexist historic books still provide value in the modern age.
University investment in fossil fuels is contributing to irreversible planetary damage.
Letter to the Editor: As response to criticism of the Turkish American Student Association's bridge painting
We did not intend to make a political statement with the inclusion of the map of Cyprus on our mural. Our intentions were misinterpreted and seen as divisive.
The student group painted a divided Cyprus during this year's paint the bridge event.
The intersection of Essex Street SE and Oak Street SE is dangerous for pedestrians.
Letter to the Editor: Responding to 'Restricting abortion is not restricting access to basic healthcare' letter
The Oct. 13 letter was problematic, and I was frustrated by its publication.
Letter to the editor: University administrators fail to show proper concern for graduate students’ well-being
These ongoing healthcare issues have highlighted to us the need for more substantive and responsive graduate student involvement in the governance process. This means that representatives must be accountable and communicative with the graduate student body.
Because of the advantages conferred by wealth, it is more important to give special consideration to impoverished students than racial minorities.
Unless the images on the bridge made students or faculty feel threatened or were beckoning violent acts to occur, vandalizing that message without any repercussions is limiting the College Republicans’ freedom of speech.