I am a senior at East Lansing High school. I got up Friday morning and stumbled upon Sarah Emerys column (Dont cry over spilled mocha latte with whipped cream, SN 9/22) and my first thought was, Why hasnt anyone said anything before now? Every year I watch the crowds of college students invade the town, take over the coffee shops, bars, bookstores and restaurants of our streets only to cause havoc in the world I know.
Thursday at 5 p.m., Ariana Lind, co-president of the MSU chapter of the Green Party, arrives at the Auditorium - approximately four hours ahead of Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader.
I was considering writing a letter about driving on campus. When I saw the front page of Thursdays edition of The State News (Student concerned with U traffic, SN 9/21), it made what I had to say much more important. I drive on campus, as well as drive with my friends on campus.
We have all done it. Scanned through popular girlie mags to search for the perfect do, the top 10 ways to catch his eye or the fab five diets of the year to lose 10 pounds in a week.
I am writing in response to the two political letters that were printed in The State News (Michigan proposal goes against ban, SN 9/21 and Vouchers combine church and state, SN 9/21). I would like to know why people write these letters, and why The State News feels they absolutely must print them? I write several letters to the editor a year.