BY VICTORIA NOBLE
Daily writers and editors share some reactions to their work.
BY VERONICA DAY
If we could live in a society where we could be our truest selves, with the masks off, well wouldn’t that just be Paradise?
BY MIKE YEE
It’s important that we focus on seeking student input about changes related to our school’s information technology policies, in addition to continuing to supply users with the information necessary to make informed decisions regarding their privacy, without being coerced or rushed.
BY BEN KELLER
I love practicing my faith and I love participating in my government. Let’s keep those two actions separate.
BY LIZZIE FINE
In response to the recent shooting of Deah Barakat, 23, Yusor Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Abu-Salha, 19 — three Muslim college students in Chapel Hill, NC — I felt as though it was necessary to connect with students here on campus and discuss how this tragedy has impacted them and our campus. It is important for us to listen to one another during these difficult times in order to gain knowledge and awareness about what's going on around us. Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, students were given the option to remain anonymous.
BY ADAM EICKMEYER
My blood is not dirty, not diseased, and no better or worse than anyone else’s.
Letters to the editor
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