Letters to the editor
BY MADELINE DUNN
Most food served in University dining halls travels hundreds of miles, uses thousands of gallons of water and is picked well before its ripely filled with the essential nutrients that should be appearing on our plates. However, I think that the leaders and the best should try harder to avoid the waste that our current food system promotes.
BY TOM WIEDER
From many years of experience in working the student precincts, including this year, I can tell you that an extremely small percentage of students registered to vote here, who are actually still living here, fail to vote in a Presidential election.
BY LEXI TARGAN
Located in the heart of Ann Arbor, the University sits amid more than 300 restaurants and cultural attractions. Imagine if we were the leaders and best in dining on-campus as well as off-campus.
BY EILEEN ENRIGHT
According to recent statistics, one of every three women in the U.S. military are sexually assaulted by fellow soldiers during their service. Our military is letting convicted rapists walk free with punishments suitable for a misdemeanor, and honoring them as American heroes when they return home.
BY ROSS WARMAN
Regardless of his politics, Hoekstra has proven himself a bigot. He's not someone that I want, much less consider capable, of representing the great state of Michigan, and its residents of all colors and creeds.
BY RAFE KINSEY
We don’t need more red tape or more antagonism between the various members of the university community. We need a culture where all parts of the university work together to uphold the university's core values.
BY JORDAN KILLINGSWORTH
It's only a matter of time before LGBTQ rights are finally attended to, and eventually become legal. So why not allow LGBTQ people their rights now, why prolong it? We, as a diverse community, can make that change, one vote at a time.
BY PERRY ZIELAK
While I absolutely agree that the residence halls are a great place to build community at the University, Brennan paints too simplistic an argument when it comes to the cost of room and board.
BY SARAH BLUME
I know the topic of Halloween costumes doesn’t seem like a debatable topic or a topic that should be problematic to the students at the University of Michigan. However, like many students, as I thought about possible costumes for the upcoming festivities, I realized that there should be some discussion about what’s appropriate and not offensive.
BY MICKEY BLASHFIELD
Proposal 6 is an opportunity for Michigan taxpayers to assert fiscal self-determination that thus far, the governor has been working to deny.
Letters to the editor
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