Letters to the editor
BY JOHN RAMSBURGH
Simply put, the economics simply don’t support nuclear energy, despite efforts by those who back nuclear to load the policy dice.
BY AUDREY JACKSON
Being a woman of color with staying power at Michigan requires some sacrifice.
BY MATT NOLAN
I urge the Board of Regents (three of whom were on the board in 2001) to reconsider this decision and appoint a current student to the PSAC.
BY JEFF BARNES
The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency applauds the University of Michigan Board of Regents for their decision to grant in-state tuition to anyone who serves in the military or was honorably discharged, regardless of the student’s state of origin. Offering military members and veterans from across the nation the ability to attend the University at in-state tuition rates will help both the University and our state attract the talent Michigan needs to build a thriving economy.
BY KATHERINE (MURKOWSKI) STEFFY
After my parents, my boyfriend-turned-fiancé-turned-spouse and I paid your university $141,466.32 to shape me into a confident, capable, and self-sufficient young woman, it would be much appreciated if your organization believed that a confident, capable self-sufficient young woman is exactly what I’ve become.
BY CLAYTON MCLAUGHLIN
The Michigan Daily’s recent article (“From the Daily: Restore Democracy” 4/16/13) calling for a Constitutional amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision regarding Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission is frustrating, to say the least.
BY JENNA FOTI
In May 2016, I hope to grab my diploma knowing not only that I survived, but that I experienced my four years to the fullest both academically and personally. Today, in April 2013, this seems an unlikely outcome.
BY THOMAS BEINDIT
It’s disappointing to see an administration that consistently speaks out about trying to lower tuition costs, especially during campaigns, approve such a measure.
BY JACOB HUSTON
Like past actions organized by the Coalition for Tuition Equality, today’s demonstration at the regents’ meeting serves to remind University leaders of the groundswell of support for immigrants’ rights in Ann Arbor.
BY KEVIN ALLPORT
Again and again the same three words keep running through my mind: “Who does this?”
Letters to the editor
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