Columns lack diversity


If the Wildcat must continue to print the inane rantings of John Keisling and his ilk, perhaps they might also consider printing columnists who offer alternate views. It is not worth pointing out to Keisling that the majority of women who come to the pro-choice position have done so after grappling with the serious, moral and, some would say, unanswerable question of when life begins.

I don't particularly care what Keisling has to say on most subjects. What does concern me is that the Wildcat is offering a disservice to its diverse readership, as well as to the ideals of a democratic press.

Sherry Luna

Graduate Student, School of Library Science

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