Mailbag: May 27

Mailbag: March 28

Throughout the past year, I have been working with a group at the UA that will be competing at the National Student Advertising Competition. Read more

Mailbag: March 26

In response to the March 22 column “Arizona executions impede progress”: I just read your opinion piece on executions at Dailywildcat.com Read more

Mailbag: March 21

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. Read more

Mailbag: March 19

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. Read more

Mailbag: March 9, 2012

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. Read more

Mailbag: March 6

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. Read more

Mailbag: March 1

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. Read more