Letters to the Editor

Cyber Club: Letter to the editor

Cyber Club: Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I would like to express a few concerns regarding the article “Cyber Security Club wins regionals, heads to nationals” published in last week’s edition of your newspaper (dated April 7). The first one being that the article has numerous factual errors. The online article states, “… and they are mainly composed ofgraduate students.” This is […]

Letter to the editor – Gender neutral housing

Letter to the editor – Gender neutral housing

Dear Editor, As discussed in the article, “Co-ed housing slated for Fall 2015,” Residence Life will be offering gender inclusive housing beginning next semester. Gender inclusive housing will allow students to select to live together regardless of gender. Gender inclusive housing will be available in Bartlett Hall and Cutler Apartment Complex. We appreciate the front page […]

Letter to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014

Letter to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014

Dear Editor, The role of the University Regents should be well known to you all. They provide both guidance and approval of university actions, programs, tuition, and policies, a crucial oversight role, as well as being a buffer and important shield of the university from direct interference by the legislature in university life. While that […]

Letter to the editor: Oct. 21, 2014

Letter to the editor: Oct. 21, 2014

Dear Editor, I would like to express my deep disapproval of the treatment of adjunct professors in the whole University of Alaska system. I vividly recall the arduous fight during the 60’s and 70’s of the last century for the basic rights of the faculty.  Matters such as tenure, sabbatical leave, promotional rights, the establishment of […]

Letters to the Editor: March 11, 2014

Letters to the Editor: March 11, 2014

Dear Editor, In the news is “ Campus gun bill before committee”.  There is nothing more important in the world for a student to get an A in their class.  An armed student is in a much better position to negotiate with the teacher to get an A in class than an unarmed student.  A […]

Letters to the Editor: December 10, 2013

Letters to the Editor: December 10, 2013

Fritz Creek calling Dear Editor, This House Bill 77 is a pretty disturbing piece of work. Is it a bill to streamline resource development permitting; or a stripping of Alaskan citizens of their state constitutional right of access to fish and wildlife and water resources along with public notification and comment on resource extraction? Is it a bill […]

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