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LETTER: Indiana deserves better than Holcomb-Crouch

The people of this state deserve leaders who have outlined specifics regarding moving Indiana forward, not just another politician carrying this state because of the R in front of his name.

Letter to the editor #2

I’m happy that others are voting for third-party candidates and thereby abandoning the Republican and Democratic parties.

Letter to the editor #3

The idea that victims need to be believed without first trying the potential criminal would destroy the concept of due process.

Letter to the editor #1

No doubt many on campus are happy with Dunn’s Woods being lit at night, but for others, it’s yet another sad chapter in our turning night into day across campus.

LETTER: Response from a regular reader

I am a regular reader of the online edition of the Indiana Daily Student and frequently read the editorials - most of which I vehemently disagree with the positions taken by the student editors.

LETTER: A call for pass/fail classes

Jews, Christians, and Muslims, R152, with Professor, Imhoff. A level 100 class that presented 1/4 of students with a final grade of a C or a D.

LETTER: "No fly, no buy" harms us all

Earlier this month, Congressional Democrats conducted a sit-down protest on the floor of the House of Representatives in order to advocate for gun control following the shooting in Orlando, Florida.

LETTER: In response to "Indiana abortion law harms education"

In an editorial article published in the June 6th Indiana Daily Student, entitled “Indiana abortion law harms education,” the student editors claim this law compromises and infringes upon “Education at a secular, government-funded university,” by “one particular religious ideology.” They imply that this “religious ideology” is Christianity, later stating “America is not a Christian nation.”  In a Gallup poll conducted in January of this year  (, 46% of those polled consider themselves pro-life.

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