Sunday, April 23

Letters

Star Spangled manners … Editor: Before the Oregon State game at Pauley Pavilion, it was announced that that the national anthem would be sung. It was not, or at least in my opinion, nothing was sung that even remotely resembled "The Star Spangled Banner." "The Star Spangled Banner" is a patriotic anthem and should be sung and played as such, not as soul music, not as pop music, not as rock and roll, not in a way that shows disrespect, even if unintended, to all those who have fought for our country and beneath its flag, but with the respect and honor and dignity that they and this great country deserve. Read more...


Another look at AAP and Asian Americans students

Another look at AAP and Asian Americans students By Eric Garlepp Misinformation and ignorance is harmful and unfortunately common in our society. Even at an institution of higher learning such as UCLA, misconceptions often lead to unfounded rumors which affect all members of society. Read more...






Letters

Letters Putting things into perspective Editor: B. Roderick Spilman’s March 2 letter to the editor, "Silent no more?" regarding "perverted homosexuals … defacing this campus" is prefaced "this is not an anti-gay letter," but it clearly reveals a homophobic agenda. Read more...