Aramowicz unaware of the scope of Vick’s crimes

  I am writing a response to Jillian Aramowicz's Oct. 7 column, "Michael Vick's comeback good example of redemption." I was amazed by Aramowicz's apparent...

Mosque near ground zero supports ideals of America

I just read the article by Beth Mendenhall about the issue of building a mosque near ground zero, and I just gotta say it's...

Corrections and clarifications

There was an error in Tuesday's Collegian. The photo titled "Nuclear Squares" was actually a reflection of the smokestack from the K-State power plant....

Vegetarianism: Not a solution to everything

This is in response to the Opinion article titled Vegetarianism: More than just a lifestyle. I agree; bacon IS delicious. I am relieved that the...

Letter to the Editor

Editor,I read with some interest the article about a vote in Student Senate in favor of a resolution expressing "reservations about the haste with...

CIA Analyst, Forum audience wrong to dismiss KSU professor

Dear Editor,I was interested in the Collegian coverage of Professor Mohaned Al-Hamdi's comments at the presentation by former CIA analyst Ray McGovern.I do not...

American taxpayers give enough foreign aid

Dear Editor, In David Rose's Feb. 18 column, "U.S. should spend more on foreign aid to better world" he makes an error that is all...

U.S. Postal Service still essential

Editors:I feel the Oct. 7 column that Tim Hadachek wrote, which criticizes the U.S. Postal Service, is poorly formulated and stems largely from generational...

Open House succeeds

Fellow Students,As we begin to wrap up the semester, I am pleased to say "Believing in You" has never meant more to me. Several...

Esposito connected to organization supported by bin Talal

Editor,    On Oct. 12, 2001, New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani rejected a $10 million donation to the Twin Towers Fund by Saudi Prince Al-Waleed...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: Caleb Greinke went too far in his criticism of K-State's recent EcoKat conundrum (Sept. 15). Yes, the marketing image was ill-conceived and deserved...

Feminism unfairly treated negatively

I am writing in response to Jillian Aramowicz's Sept. 30 column "Birth control needs, deserves insurance coverage." I was very disappointed to see Aramowicz...

Use of planet’s resources affects future of agriculture, entire world

Dear Wildcats,"There are more than 852 million people today who go to bed unsure of their next meal, half of them are children," said...

Forum to create cheers necessary

Dear Editor,Tim Schrag recently commented on something that K-State has been lacking for many years — traditional cheers. As meaningless as it is and...

President thanks K-State

Dear Wildcats,Today marks an ending and a new beginning. This is my last column to you as your Student Body President. It hardly seems...

Renter’s insurance needed in dorms, greek houses

Editor,    Recently I was given an assignment for a speech class covering a current campus issue. After fumbling around a few topics I chose...

Hunger exists locally, Breadbasket offers help

Editor,I read with interest Bobby Gomez's opinion column on Oct. 26 concerning negative stereotyping and our responsibility to those less fortunate among us. Gomez...

‘Milk’ article uninformed, misleading

Dear Editor:Amusingly, I see that silly and uninformed opinions still appear in the Collegian. In that regard, not much has changed over the decades...

University needs its band programs

Editor,    The SGA Privilege Fee Committee has voted unanimously to end funding for K-State Bands, including the marching and pep bands, symphony and concert...

Collegian April Fools’ articles misleading, tasteless

The April Fools' Day Edition of the Kansas State Collegian was very inappropriate. It was very misleading for those of us who quickly scan...
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