Tuesday, September 18


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...



Neglect of the poor results in dismal future

Neglect of the poor results in dismal future By Solomon Matsas It seems to be quite fashionable to drop-kick the poor these days. Politicians are stumbling over each other to offer up the most severe welfare reform plan, the deepest social funding cuts. Read more...


Support Angela Davis and academic freedom

Support Angela Davis and academic freedom By Antonio Serrata I am responding to the Feb. 22 article titled, "Taxes help pay for Davis’ job, UC says" to express my deepest anger at the uncritical reprinting of The Associated Press article. Read more...


Letters

Letters No more cable complaining! Editor: What a bunch of cry babies! I can’t believe all the complaints and fuss over the minor "inconvenience" the dorm residents must face in getting cable installed ("Cable installation project to begin in dorms," Feb. Read more...


UC administration responds to SAGE’s struggle

UC administration responds to SAGE’s struggle By Kathleen Komar I would like to respond to statements in Mike Miller’s Feb. 28 Viewpoint article, "SAGE continues struggle for recognition." Specifically, he notes that, "Bureaucrats at the University of California Office of the President in Oakland … propose eliminating the partial fee remission program that now pays up to $2,155 of the annual fees of many academic student employees." The proposal to which Miller refers was presented by Office of the President staff to the Council of Graduate Deans at their Oct. Read more...