Tuesday, July 16

Letters

Letters to the editor Sexist context Editor:I was truly disappointed in Princeton Kim’s article, ("Putting the `man’ back in manpower," Jan. 10). Unfortunately, Kim seems to belong to that fine group of men who believe that all women sew, all feminists are lesbians, all women blame emotional distress on PMS, all feminists want to take over the world, and of course, all women just looove to shop. Read more...


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Letters to the editor Delete his disk! Editor:I don’t think it’s really necessary for me to attack the narrow-minded opinions in Princeton Kim’s article ("Putting the `man’ back in manpower," Jan. Read more...


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Letters to the Editor Smart funding Editor: How would you like registration and books paid for? That’s the idea behind the new Scholarship Resource Center. If run well, it has the potential to reduce financial strain on students. Read more...


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Wake up or pack up for presidential elections Comedic political parade calls for action from votersBy Michael Reardon Daily Bruin Columnist So, do you have your bags packed yet? Read more...


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Letters Out of Bosnia Editor: In Monday’s Dec. 4 editorial, "Despite risks, U.S. intervention necessary," you state that the reason for U.S. intervention into Bosnia is for humanitarian reasons. Read more...


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Letters to the editor Student priority Editor: We want students in the humanities to understand the reasoning behind the administrative reorganization of the Humanities Division - the subject of a recent Bruin article ("Department clustering creates strange bedfellow," Nov. Read more...


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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...