Letter to the editor: K-State lacks sportsmanship compared to other schools

William de Noble, sophomore in open option, shares his experiences in Arkansas to demonstrate how disrespectful K-State sports fans can be.

Letter to the editor

A letter from Tom C. Walker

Marijuana arguments lack support, research

Editors,After reading the marijuana opinion column by Beth Mendenhall and the letter to the editor by Jacob Hughes, I find that neither person has...

Letter to the editor: Professors are rated by students and colleagues

Kinesiology professor David Poole compares the criteria for rating professors used by their colleagues and students.

Disrespectful K-State fans give school bad name

Editor,I came into work this morning with a little more swagger than usual. Working in an office with mostly KU fans, I couldn't wait...

Letter from president, provost, dean on American ethnic studies

Administrators respond to an online petition calling for expansion of the American Ethnic Studies program.

Enforcing of underage drinking laws important

Editor:Eli B Neal doesn't seem to recognize that lives are saved by keeping a handle on underage drinking. By saving young lives (or any...

Kansas Republican delegation votes against Kansas students

Dear Editor:Last week the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to pass the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act. The Student Aid Act is...

LETTER: Turning Point USA’s harmful rhetoric should not be welcome at K-State

Kayla Clark, senior in political science, says Turning Point USA's reputation directly clashes with K-State's values of diversity and inclusion.

Beef farmers helping save the Earth too

Dear Editor,Growing up as the daughter of two graduates of environmental programs, I was raised learning about different ways to help the environment. Now,...

Secular aspect traditionally celebrated during holidays

Dear Editor:I would refer columnist Chuck Fischer to a volume titled "The World Encyclopedia of Christmas," written by Gerry Bowler. This extremely comprehensive work...

Salina SGA vote possibly illegal

Dear Editor,On Tuesday, the Collegian ran an article regarding the tabled funding for a group of LGBT students at the Salina campus. I wish...

Donors approve of church’s spending habits

Dear Editors:Miss Mendenhall knows how to stir people up, but her argument is, unfortunately, oft-repeated and vapid.We can ask of any expenditure, "What else...

Letter to the editor: Marching band’s anger toward reporters not justified

Jason Tidd, K-State alum, says marching band members are displaying unjustified anger toward the Collegian after an article on Saturday.

Mendenhall’s criticism unwarranted

Editor,This letter is in response to the Collegian's decision to post letters to the editor written by readers whose rebuttals completely miss the point...

Letter to Editor: College algebra not a ‘weed-out’ class

To the editor:The column, "Classes meant to 'weed-out' STEM students unfair to non-majors," badly mischaracterizes College Algebra. College Algebra is not a "weed-out" course....

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor:On June 19, The Collegian ran an opinion piece titled, “Biofuels come under fire; is it justified?” The answer to the question is...

Liberals inconsistent with policy, religion

Beth Mendenhall's recent article, "Party line views contradictory, illogical", which makes the point that having a pro-life stance while also being against capital punishment...

Lactation rooms necessary for all mothers on campus

Dear Editors:I was cheered to read Beth Mendenhall's piece about the need for lactation rooms to support student mothers. She is absolutely right, and...

Letter: Concern over cyclists on campus

Students should be informed about the rules of the cycling road.
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