Letters to the editor
BY MEGHAN LAARMAN
By demanding cleaner energy and tapping into Michigan’s solar and wind power potential, we will reduce these pollutant-induced diseases.
BY CULLEN O'KEEFE
The Daily’s request to accommodate Christmas with an even larger gap than that which was requested for Passover therefore constitutes a “glaring inconsistency,” not Pollack’s actions.
BY SOPHIA WHITE
See, angels aren’t real, and I choose to watch real women do real things. Sorry if that’s a “bummer.”
BY BETHANY LEHMAN
We have the consumer purchasing power to change what we see in our media. Now is the time to use it.
BY ELISE JAYAKAR
The Daily’s presence on the Internet should not encourage us to mock each other, because we simply do not feel or see a human presence.
BY IBRAHIM IJAZ
The only combatant to this bigotry is tolerance. I call upon my fellow Americans to stand together as one, regardless of race and religion, and share in acceptance.
BY MARK RABINOWITZ
I implore CSG's leadership to reconsider their decision to look into creating yet another “honor code.”
BY RYAN SHINKEL
I say that all decent liberals should go to Rackham Amphitheater, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. to listen to Goldberg’s right-wing gobbledygook and then confront him in the Q&A and unmask the intellectual fascist this man and the people who support him really are.
BY BILL HOOD
I want you to know that I was very touched by the words and actions of your team's quarterback, Devin Gardner, in the kind and articulate way he demonstrated his concern over the injury sustained by J.T. Barrett during the game. He is a gentleman, a class act, a man that the entire university community — and, indeed, the state of Michigan — can be proud of.
BY ANGELIKA KURTHEN
So no matter what part of the political landscape you fall on, it’s important to remember that this issue doesn’t have any political affiliations.
Letters to the editor
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