Letters to the Editor

Letter: Incident warrants long-term frat suspension

December 4, 2014 5 comments

Only when each member of a community is held responsible for the actions of the whole is there any hope that we will see the change we need on campus.

Letter: Janus Forum alternatives and freedom of choice

November 19, 2014 14 comments

Without alternative events, the pressure is put on survivors to go and listen to comments that might be harmful in order to refute them.

Letter: Faculty diversity requires multifaceted efforts

November 7, 2014 0 comments

Improving faculty diversity requires extensive practical support from the faculty in implementation.

Letter: On plans to diversify the faculty

November 6, 2014 2 comments

I believe there are conversations that should happen within departments at the start of the hiring process that place diversity as a priority.

Letter: The compatibility of religion and academics

November 4, 2014 0 comments

Liberal dialogue is not about letting everyone speak, or at least speak equally.

Letter: Celebrating diversity in teaching

October 31, 2014 0 comments

Teach for America believes that effective teachers come from all backgrounds and academic interests.

Letter: Phi Psi condemns sexual violence

October 28, 2014 34 comments

We would like to express our utmost sympathy and respect for the survivors of this reprehensible series of events.

Letter: Coal divestment is the right choice

October 27, 2014 0 comments

The fight against global climate change is so important that it far outweighs all other considerations.

Letter: Cianci coverage lacks bite

October 27, 2014 1 comment

“Cianci touts past as he aims for comeback” repeats Vincent “Buddy” Cianci’s talking points largely unchallenged.

Letter: Column mischaracterizes criticism of Israel

October 27, 2014 15 comments

To skew words and veer clear of the truth is an insidious and deliberate attempt by Ingber to divert criticism of Israel into the realm of anti-Semitism.