Letters to the editor
BY RICHARD STALLMAN
The "free" in free software refers to freedom, not price. Therefore, please describe me as a "free software advocate."
BY JOSEPH LIPA
Ultimately, if anything is “dehumanizing” to women, it’s not allowing them to be born.
BY JONATHAN LESNAU
Using terms like "reproductive justice," "needless waits," and "the right to decide when and if to have children" avoids the most important question surrounding abortion: Is the fetus human, and does it have the right to life?
BY WILLIAM ROGERS
We, as a campus, need to recognize that consent may be "sexy," but more importantly, it is required. We, as students, need to send a message to each other that rape will not be tolerated on our campus and that the human rights of each person must not be violated.
BY MOZHGAN SAVABIEASFAHANI AND AZADEH SHAHSHAHANI
Have we learned anything from the death of half a million Iraqi children? If we have, then the University of Michigan should raise its voice, as it has for other issues, to demand that the U.S. government halt all sanctions on Iran.
BY ROBERT C. DYSKO
BY JOE MURRAY
The key to living up to and improving the University’s biking standards is to establish a true biking culture on campus, where biking does not simply replace carbon-neutral walking but driving as well.
BY SCOTT KASHKIN
For me, the participation of schools exclusively from the Midwest was what made the Big Ten charming and appealing. I hope that advertisements in Michigan Stadium aren’t next, but I can’t say I’d be shocked by anything in a world where money trumps everything.
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.
Letters to the editor
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