Tag Archives: letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor, 3/2/12

To the editor: The Democratic Party is the party of “Yes” — we are the party of the middle class, we are the party of inclusiveness, we are the party of opportunity and equality for all.

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Letter to the Editor, 2/15/12

To the editor: When I opened The Collegian Monday morning, I was appalled to see some of the comments people said about Republicans (“Notes & Asides,” Feb. 13).

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Letters to the Editor, 1-18-12

Letters to the Editor from Jan. 18, 2012.

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Letters to the Editor, 12-7-11

To the editor: Thank you, Coach Hill! Fresno ought to be thankful for what you’ve accomplished. You graduated your players at a rate higher than the student population at Fresno State.

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Letters to the Editor, 11-30-11

To the editor: As a member of the Fresno State Bulldog Marching Band, I have had the privilege to play at all the home games. As I stand on the field waiting for the teams to come out, I have noticed firsthand how rude our fans can be to the opposing team.

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Letters to the Editor, 11-21-11

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 11, 2011 including topics such as rude classmates, tuition increase, and campus safety.

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Letters to the Editor, 11-16-11

Letters for the Editor for November 16, 2011 including topics such as Pat Hill's performance, Facebook in the library, and campus safety.

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Letters to the Editor, 11-14-11

Letters to the Editor for November 14th, 2011, including topics such as thoughts on the tobacco-free campus resolution by ASI President Selena Farnesi, the Occupy Movement, bias in the media, and more.

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Letter to the editor, 11-2-11

To the editor: First, I would like to thank all who had a hand in bringing the play, Marx in Soho, to the Fresno State campus.  I am a sociology instructor at Reedley College and this was a big thrill ...

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Letters to the Editor, 10-26-11

Dear editor: I understand the good-natured intent of the activities on Monday and Wednesday morning/afternoon outside the USU; what I don’t understand is how poorly it was executed.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

In today’s society more and more people are judging other by their activities such as sports or other extra curricular activities.

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Technology has improved a lot over the years. The forms of Communication went from writing letters to house phones, then emails, and now it is all about texting.

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ASI: Promises, promises, promises As a previous ASI senator I can a sure the students that whatever promises are made to you by the presidential candidates will surely be broken. Every year we hear promises about “parking resolutions,” and “lobbying ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

I’m dismayed at the ASI senate’s decision to approve a $20,000 benefits package for full time employees. They did so under the logic that a memorandum written by past executives promised them such, but that memorandum never existed. It was only a proposal. And even if it were a memorandum, it was never voted on, and therefore can’t be used as proof that benefits need to be increased.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

In response to the article, “ASI Members under Review” on Feb. 25, 2011 — Wait a minute! Selena Farnesi and Cesar Sanchez are both being investigated for unethical leadership practices!? And they’re trying to get my vote for ASI President? Do they think I’m stupid? There is NO way on earth I will ever consider voting for Selena or Cesar! From what I’ve seen from following the stories in The Collegian over the past few months, those two are only in this world for themselves. If Selena and Cesar are found guilty of these “conduct violation” charges, I don’t think they should be disqualified from becoming ASI President.

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