*In response to the Feb. 27 column, “Should President Obama be allowed to keep his baton?”:* In your column you theorize that most “black folk” would re-elect President Barack Obama out of some sort of obligation because he’s black.
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To have a safer campus, we don’t need “walk bike” areas. Instead we need clear bike paths all the way around the UA Mall.
As an organization necessitating transparency, ASUA must be held accountable to the student body.
*In response to the March 8 column titled “Online counseling hurts more than helps”:* Ms. Nachazel offers no empirical evidence that online counseling is in anyway harmful. Indeed, the scientific literature refutes her opinion.
*In response to the March 8 column “Online counseling hurts more than helps”:* Your headline “Online counseling hurts more than helps” was a little misleading.
*In response to the March 20 column “Dharun Ravi guilty of hate crime, stupidity is not a good defense”:* I am writing to you in response to the article titled “Dharun Ravi guilty of hate crime, stupidity is not a good defense.” The article says that “Ravi was found guilty of hate crimes based on tweets and videos he’d streamed of Tyler Clementi,” and that, “A few friends who saw the videos told him to take them down, saying they weren’t as funny as he thought they were.” Ravi viewed his room on the web cam for a few seconds.
*In response to the March 22 column “Arizona executions impede progress”:* I just read your opinion piece on executions at Dailywildcat.com
Throughout the past year, I have been working with a group at the UA that will be competing at the National Student Advertising Competition.
*In response to the March 30 column, “Underage students should get fake IDs”:* As a proud UA alumnus — that holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree from this great institution — I am saddened that you would allow any article or editorial with this content into the Daily Wildcat.
I am a woman who has lost something of great value to me, and I am imploring you, the reader, to help me.
On Monday morning a tragedy fell on the community of Oakland, Calif., where 10 students at Oikos University were shot by a criminal gunman. The gunman took the lives of seven students as recent reports state.
I agree with the article you wrote titled “Elderly need to stop driving.” The Motor Vehicle Department needs to come up with a standard to determine if a senior is still eligible to drive.
It is urgent — we have only a few days — for all of us to call Gov. Jan Brewer and implore her to reject House Bill 2780. Her telephone number is 602-542-4331.
Can someone please explain why Elliot P. Harper and the Arizona Daily Wildcat felt the need to graphically detail the offensive graffiti written on a bathroom stall as what was described in the April 16 “Police Beat”? While I am sure Mr. Harper will claim that he was only passing on information given to him by the University of Arizona Police Department, that it’s his right to report what he wants … blah, blah, blah, I cannot fathom why he would want to cause further embarrassment to the victim of this nasty prank by publishing the entire report.
*In response to March 27 guest column titled “Regent DeConcini should resign from CCA Board”:*
*In response to the April 24 column titled, “Scandal proves US only human”:* I think Megan Hurley misses the whole point of the “scandal” of Secret Service personnel being involved in prostitution in Cartagena.
A nuclear Iran poses many direct threats to the United States, and must be stopped. A nuclear Iran would very easily tip the balance of power between anti-U.S.
*In response to the April 30 article titled “Recreational marijuana smoking unimportant, should remain illegal”:* What a joke of an article you wrote about legalizing marijuana. Marijuana Prohibition is an outrage, and the biggest anti-libertarian law I have ever seen.
I still remember the first time I ever came to the UA. It was for freshman orientation and my mother and I, being from Flagstaff, thought it would be easiest to get a hotel about a mile and a half from campus and commute by bike.
Yesterday I was watching a video of the first U.S. Marines landing on Guadalcanal and nearby islands during WW II.