Letters to the editor
BY JULIO FERNáNDEZ
Things weren't done right from the start. We try to mitigate the problem if possible, and we suffered the consequences. I assure you that in this story we are victims, not perpetrators.
BY HILLARY B. FARBER
In honor of the 40th anniversary of Title IX, the Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, my public radio station aired a story on the substantial improvement in girls’ and women’s sports since Title IX was enacted in 1972. As I listened, I distinctly recalled my own experience at the University of Michigan, where I started the women’s lacrosse team.
BY STEPHEN RAIMAN
It’s time to hear the full story surrounding the Jennifer Dibbern case.
BY ALIX GOULD-WERTH
In his letter to The Michigan Daily, Eric Zech describes enjoying his working relationship with his adviser. It’s his right to admire her — many GSRAs who are active in GEO experience the great working relationships that define collaboration in research at its finest.
BY SARAH ALEXANDER
This morning, I noticed, with a sort of revolted surprise, two figures standing atop the front page of The Michigan Daily. In one corner, a standard outline of what generally represents a person, and in the other corner, a similar figure that appears to be wearing a dress.
BY ERIC ZECH
The allegations Ms. Dibbern is making against the University and Goldman are completely false and should not be passed along as fact.
BY ETHAN L. MENCHINGER
I agree with Harsha Nahata's “Take Notes or Temple Run?”that educators often ask the wrong questions of students. But her column begs the question: are today’s students asking the wrong things of their teachers?
BY VINCENT PATSY
Michigan residents should be deeply offended by President Barack Obama’s remarks in Michigan on Friday. The President credited himself for bringing auto jobs back to Michigan, when in fact the automotive industry was bailed out by the American taxpayer at our own expense.
BY DANIEL RICHARD KLIGER
We have lowered our sights and raised our guard. We still believe in change, but the more things change, the more they seem the same.
BY ELEANOR DUMOUCHEL
I would like to read Caserta’s article and be excited about a work of art in a way that would naturally incline her reader to make the trek out to the museum and consume the exhibition from the bottom up.
Letters to the editor
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