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OPINIONS
Thursday, February 19, 2004
Mailbag

Let's improve student life, not alumni life

I have been waiting for someone to ask what Dmitry Rashnitsov has in his letter yesterday entitled, "Alumni should fund students, not tickets," and I praise the Wildcat staff for printing it. He is absolutely correct. I am appalled that the alumni are funding a monument to themselves in front of the Administration building, which houses the only overpaid employees at any educational institution: the administrators. [Read article]

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photo A load of Belshe: Homosexual revolution is here

Anyone who's had exposure to any kind of media in the last week has noticed that the homosexual revolution is upon us.

From marriage licenses on the left coast to judicial rulings in Tax-achusetts, gays are receiving the same protections afforded to all other Americans, much to the chagrin of the religious right, which is running around like Chicken Little, convinced that the end is upon us.

First to the right: You all need to unclench. I doubt this will be the worst affront we'll see to the morality of the United States in the near future. [Read article]

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Major Disappointment: Ethics in journalism, off the record

Ethics in journalism, off the record

When one thinks of the world's most powerful citizens, politicians, business CEOs and the ungodly rich may come to mind. However, this list excludes the most powerful citizen of all: the journalist. One can be rich or powerful, but reporters can take that away in a moment. Journalists are responsible for providing the world with the facts the information that shapes the average person's perception of the world's current events. [Read article]

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Viewpoints

Question: Do you think President Bush should speak at graduation in May?

"I personally don't like President Bush, but I think it would be a good experience for our graduates. I think it would be nice to see President Bush supporting education."












"Honestly, not really. Whenever I see Bush in the news, there is something fake about him. Clinton seemed to speak to you; Bush does not." [Read article]

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