In the article on the Horowitz advertisement controversy in Fridays paper (Advertisement incites free speech discussion, SN 3/23;), its possible to get the impression The Daily Cardinal ran an ad from several student groups for the purpose of attacking The Badger Herald. The Cardinal staff had nothing to do with developing the content of the ad.
During the midst of the media hoopla over the presidential election, the state Legislature slid through an amendment to Michigans concealed weapons law that will drastically increase the number of concealed guns on the streets. The concealed weapons law originally stated applicants for concealed weapon permits must demonstrate a need to carry concealed weapons and must renew the permits every three years.
I interrupt this papers sports glorification coverage with a real issue: How to improve the life quality of the many amongst us who work, but still dwell in poverty. Those whose hearts throb only for in-the-paint action and in-the-bar debauchery, dont even call me a spoilsport.
The university should be complimented for its decision to award varsity letters to former female student-athletes. MSUs Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced Tuesday it will award varsity S letters to female student-athletes who competed before 1980. MSU began recognizing women for participation in varsity athletics in 1975, three years after the NCAA passed Title IX.
I am writing in response to Rishi Kundis article in Fridays paper (Concert-goers still need to show basic etiquette, SN 3/16). I think is it foolish of him to say he still hates hippies, because its obvious he doesnt know what hes talking about. It bothers me he called them smelly, stinky, etc.
While the increase in the price of parking tickets will most likely not deter students from parking illegally, it may encourage students to explore other transportation options.The All-University Traffic Committee recently finished a proposal that recommends higher fines for parking violations on campus.The committees report stated there were 117,637 parking violations, including cars parked illegally in leased spots and at expired meters in 2000.The proposal would add $5 to current fees.
Although programs exist for low-income students, universities need to make a better attempt and accommodate their financial needs. The number of low-income students applying for college is rising, but the amount of financial aid money is not. The Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance recently released the Access Denied Report, which analyzed the financial situation of students entering college.
I would like to address some of the comments that were raised in Religion should stay within house of worship (SN 3/15), as one of the college students who went down to Panama City, Fla., to share my faith about Christ. I did not go down to Panama City in an attempt to force my religious doctrine on anyone, or to convert as many people as possible to Christianity.