I’m writing in response to the article entitled, “SAE claims ASF was unfair in formal allocations,” written on May 4, 2001.
The Latino Student Forum (LSF) would like to make certain clarifications regarding last week’s article titled, “LSF hosts 11th Bienvenida Event” [March 23].
I certainly appreciate the intent of the Campus Times to give its writers and editors independence. However, someone needs to take the responsibility to check quotations for something approaching reasonable accuracy.
Regarding the editorial “Free expression granted for all” [March 9], I strongly oppose the ideal of free expression at whatever cost. Too many people use the arguments of free expression as a means to force their forms of expression on others.
I want to thank you for your coverage of the Liberal Studies Program throughout the semester. There have been a lot of changes for students majoring in Liberal Studies and your newspaper has helped provide valuable information on these changes.
In response to the article “Broken machine brings Spot woes” [Oct. 27] I would like to say that some ULV students do not understand that Aramark Food Corporation is a business and should not be responsible for managing the finances of ULV students.
As a public school teacher and a ULV adjunct professor, I was a bit taken aback by the Oct. 13 editorial, “Teachers Need More Experience.” I am also a bit unsure which cursory statement the editorial made that I find most egregious, but there were many.
I just wanted to write and say I think the article you did on Laura was outstanding!!