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LETTER: Illinois politics meets Adam Smith

Your editorial, "Chicago State is Falling Apart", should be rewritten as "Illinois Politics Meets Adam Smith." A university system is no different than a business enterprise.

LETTER: In defense of student government

Today, the Indiana University Resident Hall Association (RHA) will vote on multiple bills that will act to limit student input to RHA as well as further neuter the organization’s campus influence.

Letter: For All

When interviewed for this article, I was asked how the For All campaign would benefit the organizations I represent.

LETTER: Evidence of a bigger problem

IDS Editorial Staff, The below letter to the editor is regarding the, "Beyonce draws style from a hate group" column: "Mr. Anderson's recent column clearly cherry-picked facts in an attempt to either distort the history of the Black Panther Party or merely to incite controversy (maybe both?). And many IU faculty, staff, and other students are better equipped than I am to defend the BPP's history and mission.  But to me, Mr.Anderson's ignorance, willful or not, is part of a bigger problem here.

LETTER: The history of the Black Panthers

Dear Mr. Anderson,  I’m sorry that you feel as if Beyonce’s Half-Time performance was an inappropriate example to America’s black community.  As an African-American woman who grew up in a south suburb of Chicago, I think I am well versed in the “Black community” as you put it.

LETTER: IUSA rightfully passes anti-Semitism legislation

            After toiling for months, putting our homework on the backburner, and losing sleep over this resolution, Students Supporting Israel at Indiana University Bloomington would like to applaud the Indiana University Student Association for voting in favor of condemning anti-Semitism, but more importantly for acting in the interest of our Jewish community here on campus.

LETTER: Don't turn away Syrian refugees

ISIS is a monster and must be gone. Fighting terrorism has to be a No. 1 priority. Sadly though, instead of closing ranks, we have a raging political imbroglio going on.

LETTER: Think before you join in groupthink and clap for the wrong reasons

This past Wednesday, the auditorium of the School of Global and International Studies was packed for a teach-in by various IU faculty regarding the Paris terrorist attacks.             Professor Leslie Lenkowsky spoke about his role as the CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service during George W.

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