Letters to the editor
BY RUSSELL KRETZSCHMAR
I feel comfortable speaking for the rave crew, which I am a part of, when I say that we have a great appreciation for the music sans rave drugs.
BY DAN BURNS
I encourage you to get out in front by casting the spotlight on the case of Nathan Brown — lest a thoughtful and passionate faculty defender of the right to free expression on campus be sanctioned by an embarrassed administration which has lost the confidence of its student body and faculty.
BY JAMES WILBER
Somehow, the "new TVs" project managed to beat out longer-term changes for allocation of the $1.6 million in funding for the renovation of recreational buildings.
BY NOEL GORDON
The event, like others before it, seemed intent on highlighting the lived experiences of only a select few individuals in the Ann Arbor LGBTQ community: That of cisgendered gay, white men.
BY SREYA VEMPATTI
One way to increase awareness of energy usage is through the generation of electricity from exercise equipment, which is a relatively new idea.
BY CHADDRICK GALLAWAY
The reality is that women of all faiths — including Muslims, Christians, Jews and yes, even Catholics — use birth control and would benefit from access to birth control with no co-pays.
BY ERIC SINK
The Remix program is flawed in that instead of encouraging students to cultivate strong, healthy relationships without the need for sex, it condones sexuality as an essential facet of a relationship.
BY TODD D. SEVIG
I urge all of us to do our own "community of caring" — take time to talk with others, educate ourselves, reflect on the meaning of all these events, check in with each other and support each other.
BY BEATRICE HOLDSTEIN
The University could update the existing recycling bins by painting them blue and attaching clear, single-stream recycling signs.
BY ABBY KRUMBEIN
PBSIF provides an unbelievable opportunity for students to build a sustainable campus based on our ideas and visions.
Letters to the editor
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