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Articles by Aaron Fritschner (4)

Op-eds, Opinions

Fritschner ’06: Gun violence restraining orders are good

April 1, 2018 0 comments

The actions of America’s students over the past two months aren’t just inspiring — they are everything.

Alexander Bazes ’06, Aaron Fritschner ’06 and Daniel Hernandez ’06: Destroy human-animal hybrids now!

February 3, 2006 0 comments

For most of President George Bush’s State of the Union address, we found ourselves lost in a torrent of economies, militaries and faith-based initiatives. While we heartily disagree with our commander-in-chief on nearly every issue he presented, there was one dire topic that shook us profoundly and that merits immediate attention.

Aaron Fritschner ’06: An entreaty to my fellow students

October 6, 2005 0 comments

I work at the Gate, but I’m not writing to tell you about my interesting life as a student worker, to make the case for closing campus eateries earlier on weekdays or to bemoan the messy condition in which students leave their own dining facilities every night.

Overworked

October 20, 2004 0 comments

I speak only for my own motives, but I know I share them with others. I work the late shifts because somebody has to do it, and because I care. I work the late shifts because I believe my efforts will help everyone get home sooner. I’m not saying I’m a good person; I’m saying we need help.