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Letter to the editor: Free Willie from corporate sponsors

October 23, 2011

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Last weekend I returned to campus for my 40th reunion, and I was more than a little disappointed, and not just because we lost another football game that we probably should have won. You see, my class was best known for taking ov...

Letter to the Editor: For Evanston and Northwestern, the best is yet to come

May 23, 2011

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Evanston has long been a vibrant, exciting place to live, work and shop. The community's strengths have supported the strengths of the overall Evanston economy. Asthe national economy begins to see the first signs of recovery, so...

Letter to the Editor: How college seniors should assess their health care plan

May 18, 2011

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Graduation means the beginning of many new challenges and hopefully, many exciting opportunities. But until this year, graduation has also meant the end of something very important but often overlooked. It marked the end of yo...

Letter to the Editor: Daily blog post does little to improve NU students’ lives

May 9, 2011

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Last week, in the light of the death of Osama bin Laden, I submitted a resolution thanking the troops for their sacrifices in fighting the War on Terror. During the discussion, a few senators, most notably, Benjy Leibowitz an...

Letter to the editor: Advocacy has a valuable place in journalism

May 9, 2011

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I commend Brian Rosenthal's second installment of his In Focus series on the Innocence Project and David Protess for the intensive reporting and new angles it provides. But putting Protess and the Innocence Project aside, I ...

Letter to the Editor: Administrators are counterproductive in canceling class

May 7, 2011

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I was deeply disappointed to read that Prof. Bailey's Human Sexuality class will not be offered next year. I cannot think of a more counterproductive and reactionary response to the sex demo controversy than this. Requiring Ba...

Letter to the Editor: Protess case proves reporter-source bond

May 6, 2011

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It was amusing to see a college professor lecturing about how journalists must be careful to maintain a professional distance in their relationships with sources in Brain Rosenthal's fine piece "In Focus: Investigative Journalism St...

Letter to the Editor: Investigative students find problems with Daily article

May 4, 2011

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We are writing to express our deepest concern over the tenor and substance of Wednesday's page-one story alleging former Medill Innocence Project students employed "questionably ethical" strategies in their reporting. The Medill In...

Letter to the Editor: Reporter feels misrepresented by Daily article

May 4, 2011

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While I respect The Daily Northwestern's effort in its May 4 edition to shed light on issues that some have raised about the Medill Innocence Project and Prof. David Protess, I am troubled by the way you have done so, especially wi...

Letter to the Editor: Invest Evanston, LEND connect NU with community

May 3, 2011

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We'd like to thank the Daily Northwestern for helping us promote discussion about the local economy. The editorial in yesterday's Daily does a good job in demonstrating the exact point our campaign and its supporters have be...

Letter to the Editor: Students should celebrate implications of bin Laden’s death

May 3, 2011

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On Sunday evening, I awoke from a nap to a raucous crowd outside my window and learned that Osama bin Laden had been killed by Navy SEALs in Pakistan. I quickly threw on a pair of pants and dashed outside. I was greeted by a ...

Letter to the Editor: LEND editorial misrepresented the program’s initiative

May 3, 2011

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The Daily's recent editorial on Lending for Evanston and Northwestern Development's campaign, Invest Evanston, fails to provide a complete view of LEND's work and undervalues the need that Evanston businesses truly have. The fo...