Sunday, October 21

Letters

Letters Bicycling bureaucrats Editor:Yes, Brian Stannard ("Cop collision," Nov. 20) is right. It’s very ironic. Not only will you fellow bikers need to have serious concerns about pedestrians and bike thieves, as well as dodging police punishment when locking your bikes on campus, you must also worry about UCLA’s bureaucracy. Read more...


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Letters to the EditorTo lead or not to led Editor:Just a friendly reminder to emphasize to your staff the importance of proof reading. While spell check is a nifty feature on all of our computers, it often misses homonyms, those pesky words that sound like other words, but are spelled differently. Read more...


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Erasing wrong perceptions of AIDS hospices Local facilities provide sincerity, caring and independence for sick By Anita Chun Serenity. That is the first word that came to mind as I walked up the driveway of Chris Brownlie Hospice nestled in the hills of Elysian Park. Read more...


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Letters to the editorWho cares about the pros? Editor:Why is the Don Antonio’s Sports Box section of the sports page always overflowing with statistics on professional sports leagues, with so little attention paid to college sports standings and rankings? Read more...


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Letters to the EditorBitter note Editor:I have been a loyal fan of the Daily Bruin for more than two years, and as much as I enjoy reading it, I have found an outstanding discrepancy. Read more...


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Letters to the editor Uninformed consent Editor: Donna Wong’s Daily Bruin article Nov. 14 ("Some question experimentation on disabled psychiatric patients") raised disturbing questions about ongoing anti-psychotic medication experiments conducted by Neuropsychiatric Institute faculty on Unit 45 at Camarillo State Hospital and Developmental Center. Read more...


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Letters to the editor Fresh perspective Editor:I’m writing to praise the first two columns by Thomas Willman that have appeared in the Bruin Arts & Entertainment section. Read more...