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Letters to the editor on religious sensitivity in media

Contributor

October 3, 2010

Dear Ms. Cruz: I am writing this letter to voice a concern regarding an article that was published in The Daily Sundial on September 27, 2010. As editor in chief of this publication, I feel the need to share my concern with you, as a statement included in the article affects many students attending...

Letter to the editor

Contributor

September 21, 2010

Dear Miss Jacqueline Espinosa, Though your article is both eloquent and precise, it only shows one side of the story. Unfortunately you did not take the time out to ask a student who has been homeschooled. Saying that home schooling offers “special needs services, (but if) a student (does) not fit...

Letter to the editor

Contributor

September 19, 2010

Dear Editor, I was on campus the other day walking behind two math professors when one loudly proclaimed to the other, “What’s the point of hiring a bunch of people who publish things in journals that nobody reads?” As a math graduate student eagerly exploring ideas for a possible thesis...

Holocaust Denial is a Crime, Genocide Denial is Kosher

Contributor

May 5, 2010

Alex Papadapulos Contributing columnist Every year the Armenians scattered across the earth commemorate the event that lead to their being scattered across the earth, the Armenian Genocide. What resistance this term still provokes comes from two sources, logically from two sources that will be damaged...

The opposition to recognition

Contributor

May 4, 2010

Arby Eivazian Contributing columnist Armenians are the loudest advocates for recognition of the genocide of WWI. The United States, which has a significant Armenian population, has through the foreign relations committee in congress adopted recognition of the historical fact but the bill has...

Letter to the editor: May 4, 2010

Contributor

May 4, 2010

Dear editor, Contrary to the ancient superstitions of the Catholic church, it is not the special mediator of God on this earth; the Pope is not infallible and no closer to divinity than the horde of prostitutes who congregate within Vatican city on Sundays. The Church is a man-made institution...

Staff editorial: The unforgettable first impression

Administrator

May 3, 2010

As human beings in a civilized society, clothing is an essential part of our everyday life. For as long as we can date back, fashion has always been an evolving part of human lifestyle. In prehistoric times, individuals wore animal skin for protection from natural conditions such as harsh rays from...

Letter to the editor: April 26, 2010

Contributor

April 26, 2010

Hey Harrison, First off, thank you for writing this op ed. I love the fact that our country has freedom of speech, so whether or not I agree with you is not the issue. You said what you felt, and that’s a difficult thing to do. What's even more difficult is handling the criticism and hateful remarks...

Letter to the editor: April 26, 2010

Contributor

April 26, 2010

Harrison Leonard has quite an opinion with regard to same sex marriage.  He talks at length about the original definition of marriage.  But he does not tell us what that definition is.  Let's be intellectually honest.  Historically, marriage included the following: Men were allowed to marry more than one woman at the same...

Letter to the editor: Apr. 12, 2010

Contributor

April 12, 2010

Dear editor: In your March 23rd issue, Staff Writer Susan Murray suggests that specified “staff” parking spaces should be eliminated and parking given on a “first come, first served basis.” Her frustration at seeing unused staff spaces at a time when it’s difficult to find an open space...

Letter to the editor: Apr. 12, 2010

Contributor

April 12, 2010

Dear editor, In these tumultuous times college students are pessimistic about the future and why shouldn’t they be? In the case of California the state is broke, cutting spending on education, and employment does not seem likely upon graduation. Our governor is laughing it up at the Grammy’s and...

Letter to the editor: Mar. 10, 2010

William Herbe

March 9, 2010

In response to Lisa Squier’s letter published Mar. 9: Lisa Squier: I am proud to be an active participant in the walkout.  My participation included classroom interruptions and blocking traffic by sitting in the street. I am also dismayed you didn’t mention the horrendous police brutality...

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