I found Daniel Meyer’s ’17 column, “Lamp/Bear sucks,” of Sept. 16 offensive.
Letters to the Editor
Tisch’s shamelessly money-minded letter in response to Daniel Meyer’s ’17 column ought to inspire fear and outrage from students and faculty members alike.
The financial pressures faced by low-income undergraduate researchers are real, and the Department of Computer Science is working to mitigate them.
I read with interest Daniel Meyer’s Sept. 16 column on Urs Fischer’s “Untitled (Lamp/Bear)” on the Ruth J. Simmons Quadrangle.
In addition to the many important activities described in The Herald’s article, there is still an important library function on floors 11 and 12.
The comment by University Librarian Harriette Hemmasi in the article on the SciLi refurbishment is very troubling to me.
I’m writing because I want to speak my mind about a recent issue sparking debate on this campus.
Chief Justice William E. Smith is quoted as ruling that the “effective expulsion” of the defendant, identified as John Doe, would cause “irreparable harm.”
Library management wants to reduce staff and services at the Sciences Library based on a decline in circulation statistics.
Regarding the opinion column, “DPS: the lesser of two evils” by Vaughn Campbell ’18, published Tuesday, I take exception with the title.