Tag: david sutton columns

Letters to the Editor

I found Aaron Kiel's article "Honors Program Challenges Minds," in the May 12 issue of the Campus Times, to be quite biased and highly inaccurate.

Sticks and stones

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” This was what I said as a youth, when I did not feel like bashing some kid’s head in when he talked about me.

Case for fathers’ rights

Last week the Illinois state justice system destroyed a family and put a 4-year-old boy into the hands of a stranger. “Baby Richard” was forced to live with his biological father after living with his adopted parents all his young life.

Spring break rituals

April through June, midnight to noon, I can always count on a white person comparing their skin to mine.

Bundles of joy

During the past eight days I have been truly touched by two incidents I have seen on television—one fiction and one non-fiction.

Thinking not to drink

Last week while on break, my co-workers and I had a discussion about alcoholism.

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