Category: Letter to the Editor

 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…

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…

Dear Editor, In a recent letter to the editor, a student decried the fact that faculty have reserve parking. “I have utmost respect for professors…but why do they get the privilege of parking closer to their office?” Actually, respect could properly translate into allowing faculty to park closer to their offices, akin to addressing the…

Dear Editor, This is my first semester at MWSU, and I am looking forward to graduation with a degree in Social Work. I’m sure you receive many letters of compliant about the limited parking on campus, but this one is different from the others. I recently received two violations for parking in reserved parking areas…

On Oct. 28, 2006, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church invited Tarek Saab and his friend Jason Jones to speak on Amendment 2. Tarek has appeared on Donald Trump’s show The Apprentice, Season Five, and is the CEO of Lionheart Apparel for guys. Jason Jones is the media director of Human Life International and travels…