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TO THE EDITOR: I read with interest Monday’s editorial concerning the decision to turn down a request to rezone the former SBX building from its current C-1 (commercial) zone to M-2 (multiple family). While I disagree with the editorial’s position that it would have been better if we had approved the request, I do agree with some of the key points made in the editorial. I completely agree the decision does not in any way assure Kaya Coffee House will be able to continue operating in its current location.
TO THE EDITOR: In your recent print article “Faculty concerned due to budget cuts, immigration ban and future of research,” you misquoted my colleague Tracy Collins, claiming that she said the English Department’s budget is now only just less than 10 percent higher than it was a decade ago.
I'm blessed that I found out about it early, and didn't allow cancer to break me. I am young. I am a mother. I am someone's idol.
My mom wanted to go to all my baseball games. She wanted to fight and kick cancer’s ass and that's exactly what she did.
TO THE EDITOR:Two years ago Central Michigan Life welcomed students with a very serious warning in its article "The Red Zone: Addressing Sexual Assaults in the First Months of Campus Life.”The article states "the first six to eight weeks of the school year, women are more likely to be sexually assaulted." This should be published every year as students arrive on campus.Central Michigan University should be commended for making it mandatory for students to take the CampusClarity's online course, "Think About It," which addresses sexual misconduct, substance abuse and healthy relationships.
Hauck grew up on a beef and dairy farm in Beal City, where he learned the importance of getting your hands dirty, putting in the time necessary for the task at hand, and getting the job done.
I appreciate your pledge in a series of three editorials to give a major focus to the coming election and to “not favor a set of candidates over another.” Unfortunately, you’ve already failed miserably.
I started my undergraduate degree 17 years ago, and since then, tuition has increased 386% here at Central Michigan University, which is in our 99th district—the district Bryan Mielke is running to represent.
TO THE EDITOR: The issue of firearm control has been on the world’s mind for the past decade.
TO THE EDITOR: Mental health can be one of the most difficult topics to bring up, but it’s also one of the most important.
During the last decade, phrases like ‘go green’ and ‘reduce your carbon footprint’ have become firmly embedded in our lexicon, just as Earth Day has become an annual celebration.
TO THE EDITOR: Response to opinion column “Those who speak on white privilege in need of a reality check” by Columnist, Ben Solis, published on April 11, 2016 in Central Michigan Life.First, I would like to thank Mr. Solis for his column and opening another avenue for dialogue on Central Michigan Universities campus about all inequality issues, including issues related to discrimination based on race, gender, ability or sexual orientation.
TO THE EDITOR,In 1972 in a county-wide election, Dick Cronk ran for Isabella County Sheriff.
TO THE EDITORThe sexual freedom sought after by many young adults may not be as free as they think.
The Humane Animal Treatment Society provides financial help for spaying/neutering pets. Isabella County pet owners may submit a written request for certificates to: HATS, PO Box 732, Mt.
TO THE EDITOR: Forget what you’ve heard: there is no such thing as “the veil” in Islam.
I recently saw the movie "Spotlight," along with my wife, Mary.
To the Editor,This letter is an open letter to a commenter on Facebook who decided to defame a survivor of sexual violence in the name of her strong Christian faith.
TO THE EDITOR:In regards to the article published by Central Michigan Life titled ‘Mobile phone app gives options to survivors of sexual assault’, I, as a survivor of sexual assault, find this article to be insulting to sexual assault and the way it should be handled.
TO THE EDITOR:News reports that the CMU Board of Trustees may decide to sell broadcast spectra currently used by WCMU TV, and thus likely end the University’s public TV broadcasting role, are distressing to say the least.