Letters to the editor
BY WILLIAM ROGERS
Answering this question may, for some, be informed by moral or religious beliefs. Attempting to respond to this question from a normative position is, necessarily, partisan. But answering the first question requires only observation.
BY LYDIA DEJONGE
I’d like to call your attention to an issue that I have been noticing around campus — the appalling lack of accessibility for disabled persons.
BY MICAH NELSON
I believe a more affordable college education will lead to an equitable distribution of wealth in our country. Education is the only force that breaks the cycle of poverty, and therefore, college shouldn't be a commodity. I support tuition equality, because I believe everyone should have the opportunity to earn a college degree.
BY NATHAN CHESTERMAN
In his response to Bethany Biron's article about trends in women sexual culture, Jeffrey McMahon completely reframes and misrepresents the issue as black and white
BY EVAN GRANITO
I support Proposal 3 not just for the jobs it will create, but for the money it will prevent from leaving Michigan, for the health of our people and economy and for the quality of our air and water.
BY MICHAEL PUSKAR
On Sept. 13 & 14 in The Michigan Daily, there were attacks on the Republican Party for being pro-life. It was claimed that since Republicans support small government, we should keep the government out of the emergency contraception. Yet, being pro-life isn't being inconsistent at all.
BY JACOB LIGHT
Thursday’s article about young Republicans’ thoughts as we approach the November election illustrates just how poorly the Republican Party platform correlates with the issues that matter to many college students.
BY CHRIS SCHAITKIN
To the Daily:
With the new school year comes another year of hope for a cure among those affected by cancer. Michigan’s MRelay as sky-high expectations as well.
BY CHRISTOPHER TAKAHASHI
Dear President Coleman,
BY JIM BUSH
As a society we must place a very high value on personal freedom and only enact laws that restrict those freedoms when the benefits are clear and well articulated. Only then are we able to make a decision based on the principals of a free democracy.
Letters to the editor
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