Letters to the Editor

Stereotype Unjustly Mislabels Romani People

I have NEVER read a more degrading, racist and offensive article in a student-run newspaper than Friday’s opinion article entitled “Real Gypsies Contrast with Disney Depiction,” Daily Nexus, Apr...
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Budget Cut Reallocations Reflect Department Heads’ Priorities

In last Thursday’s front-page article, (“Division Bundles Staff Under Budget Tension,” Daily Nexus, April 22) Dean Marshall lays out some revealing numbers about budget cuts to the Division of H...
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Gaucho Soccer Fans Make Harder Anything but Boring

Andrew Seguin’s submission about his negative experiences in English football stands (“English Jeering Takes Fun out of Football,” Daily Nexus, Nov. 16, 2009) reminded me of how awesome the Gauc...
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Begakis Misses the Mark in Mass Infanticide Column

Oh, Steven Begakis. How cute that you’ve found God (“Mass Infanticide Cannot Be Government Subsidized,” Daily Nexus, Nov. 17, 2009). That must be so nice. Unfortunately, not all of us share your...
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Fan Defends Value of “Dear Igor” Column

“Dear Igor” is the very best thing about the Nexus this year, and I am proud that the staff was brilliant enough to create such an epic advice column. The fact that his articles are taken ...
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Labels Distort True Political Ideologies

Jeffery Robin’s article, “Radical Conservative Challenges Parties’ Adherence to Status Quo” (Daily Nexus, Nov. 4, 2009), delivers an important point: “Conservatives” such as Bill O’Reill...
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Questions About the Constitutional Sense of Conservative Point

This column ("Obama's Health Care Plan Sells Public a Package of Lies," Daily Nexus, Sept. 29) is one of the most right-wing and misleading things I've read in the Nexus, and the author really has no ...
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