Your article “AAIC history lost in Leo Hall” deserves the gratitude of the Armenian people – both martyred and alive today.
Writers Archives: Richard Uranga
I enjoy reading the Campus Times every Friday because I applaud the creativity and passion with which the reporters approach their assignments. I must, however, point out some problems with the argument in this article.
From what we are taught, a form of responsibility is knowing when you are wrong, and also being forward in acknowledge when you are wrong.
Jacob Leveton may prefer to criticize the administration for certain inadequacies on some issues.
With regards to Julie Kim’s article on May 7 titled, “Annual athlete turnover a trend in ULV sports,” the reaction was somewhat disappointing in that it did not tell the entire story.
Though the cacophony of complaints about everything from the cost of the meals at Davenport to the cost of Scantron forms is more or less constant on any campus, it reaches a higher level as students get closer to graduation. They complain about the cost of the ceremony and diploma processing, lack of enough tickets […]
I’ll admit that while I was working on a lot of homework, I flipped on the TV and watched NBC’S “Average Joe,” one of the countless cheesy reality shows.
It was unfortunate news yesterday morning to hear that Ernie Granillo had passed away over the weekend.
First, thanks for publishing my words, and thanks to those who appreciate them. I just prefer to be positive and constructive, without making obscene, self-righteous and ridiculous statements like our friend Todd Farrell (“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 14).
This letter is in response to the column written by Taylor Kingsbury in the Oct. 17 edition of the Campus Times [“Terminating California”].