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Student responds to previous editorial

December 10, 2010 Comments

Guest Columnist

This is my response to the editorial in the Nov. 18 Griffon News. As a student who has been an associate senator and a senator of SGA, when you have a complaint about SGA, you should talk to a senator or any one of the executive board members or come to a senate meeting, which […]

Letter to the Editor: 04-29-2010

April 29, 2010 Comments

Guest Columnist

In recent weeks, the Griffon News has published several articles belittling the last SGA Administration. This saddens me. My executive board worked around the clock throughout this last year, and I believe it is time to give credit where it is due. This year we: -Created a parking, recycling, health, smoking, and technology committee. Each […]

Letter to the Editor: April 22, 2010

April 23, 2010 Comments


To whom it may concern: In response to the April 15, 2010 issue of Griffon News Editorial. In the recent election (opportunity to vote) much like elections in the community at-large; the votes of a few determined the outcome for everyone. Why? Was it student lack of interest? Or is there a larger question at […]

New beginnings mean new opportunities

January 14, 2008 Comments


 During  the strange period of human history called the 1980’s, there was an outbreak of inspirational posters that found their home on the walls of many a high school counselor’s office. A favorite that garnered a following was the phrase “today is the first day of the rest of your  life.” It means that each […]

Letter to the Editor

February 13, 2007 Comments

Guest Columnist

Dear Editor-in-Chief, I am writing to let you know that the American Dream is alive and well thanks to our brave men and women in uniform overseas. When the World Trade Center buildings fell on 9/11, the American way was emboldened. America is thriving as the world’s superpower and is far from rotting. The Republican […]

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