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In response to “Great ideas, not popularity, should guide votes in ASUA election season” (by Dan Desrochers, Jan. 14):

ASUA will always be a popularity contest full of friends who use it as a resume bullet point while not getting real tangible work done. It’s beyond saving.

-Kevin Wos

If only 10% of students vote, ASUA is illegitimate. Dig in your archives and reprint Connor Mendenhall’s article from a few years back about abolishing the ASUA.

-twentythirtyone

In response to “Healthy eating options do exist on and near campus” (by Alyssa Demember, Jan. 10):

Great article! I did not know these healthy options were available. Will definitely consider eating there more!

-Chris

I agree with you, Pasco offers healthy delicious stuff. One thing is to be taken into consideration, though: they use a lot of olive oil, which despite being healthy, has enormous number of calories.

-Amani

In response to “Real journalism has no pause buttons, neither should student media” (by Kristina Bui, Jan 15):

Great article, Kristina. This really shows how resilient student journalists are in the face of administrators who want to keep them silent. I am thankful the Wildcat is free from these chains, and I hope these other papers will continue to uphold student journalists’ tradition of independence in reporting.

-Savannah Jual, former Wildcat journalist

In response to “Downtown Tucson: dangerous money pit for all involved” (by Stephanie Zawada, Jan. 14)

This was a terrible article. The Downtown described in this article may have been true 15 years ago, but for those of us who visit Downtown often, it’s a vibrant, interesting, welcoming, and fun place to go to.

-Albert James


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