Saturday, February 24

Letters

Wednesday, April 17, 1996Sell life? Editor: Shauna Robinson’s column, ("Some things in life just aren’t for sale," April 9), really struck a nerve for me (and hit quite close to home). Read more...


Letters

Tuesday, April 16, 1996Quit whining Editor: "We need a union! We don’t get enough benefits," moan the pathetic so-called graduate students at UCLA. Listen up, kiddies (an appropriate term for whiners, I believe), grad studenthood is supposed to be a TEMPORARY state of being. Read more...


Humanitarian fronts are common ploy of many agencies

Tuesday, April 16, 1996 Mossad’s actions do not represent beliefs of all Jews worldwideBy Oscar A. Cabrera This is in response to Rachel Miller’s letter in The Bruin ("Reality check," April 15) in reference to the Anti-Defamation League being an Israeli intelligence agency, and to David Altman’s viewpoint ("Propaganda-driven mystery author twists facts," April 15) to the same effect. Read more...


Terrorists cannot defeat resilient

Tuesday, April 16, 1996 We must hang on to idea that tragedy is often filled with acts of courage and compassion solidarity On the morning of April 19, 1995, Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh, two former U.S. Read more...


Goebbels’ traditions linger in immigration debate

Tuesday, April 16, 1996 Selective, inaccurate use of historical facts rampant in Guerin-Gonzales’ letterBy William J. Upton-Knittle P. Joseph Goebbels would be proud of Professor Camille Guerin-Gonzales, who used a number of his techniques in her letter ("R-E-S-P-E-C-T," April 5) which, at the very least, smells of racism. Read more...


Reaching for Change

Tuesday, April 16, 1996 Students should not expect immediate curricula evolutionBy Avi Green April has finally come with spring warmth, the occasional flower and, for thousands of high school seniors across the country, letters from university admissions departments bearing acceptances or rejections. Read more...