Sunday, June 16

Letters

Acts of few do not represent religion Editor: The Qur’an states: "O ye who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even as against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, and whether it be (against) rich or poor." (4:135) Furthermore, "Anyone who saves one life, it is as if he has saved the whole of mankind and anyone who has killed another person unless it be for murder or spreading mischief on earth, it is as if he has killed the whole of mankind." (5:35) Killing innocent people is a terrible and heinous crime. Read more...



St. Valentine: love doctor or knife-wielding horror?

St. Valentine: love doctor or knife-wielding horror? Sweat pants, turkey pasta make perfect relationship Any writer who considers him or herself to be a humorist (which unscrambled means thourism, which means nothing) can not stay off the subjects of the opposite gender, sex, love and relationships. Read more...


Rally shows regents students’ strong will

Rally shows regents students’ strong will Critics need to re-examine stance By Dan Ryu On Thursday, I read a viewpoint regarding the Feb. 21 affirmative action rally and takeover of Bunche Hall ("Bunche protest all washed up in alternate Bruin universe," Feb. Read more...


Letters

‘JFK’ junkie Editor: Last week, a student expressed concerns about his missing voter registration card ("Voters beware," Feb. 28). This student implied that because he did not sign an affirmative action petition, the external vice president’s office discarded his voter registration card. Read more...


Battle rages between good, evil teaching assistants

Battle rages between good, evil teaching assistants St. Angelas provide valuable course insight; demon Doms disrupt educational process Today is a landmark day for me. Today, I was basically told that I’m a worthless human being, and that being such, I must submit that all my previous knowledge and expertise comes to me through luck and nothing more. Read more...


Renewed terrorism in Northern Ireland calls for negotiations

Renewed terrorism in Northern Ireland calls for negotiations Experts worry about peace talks’ future in light of bombing By Michelle Best Daily Bruin Contributor The unilateral truce announced by the Irish Republican Army in August 1994 brought legitimate hope for the possibility of a peaceful settlement in Northern Ireland’s 25-year-old conflict. Read more...