I support Gloria Montebruno Saller’s opposition to the atomic bomb in that we should not need to use weapons like this (“Effects of atomic bomb still felt.” Sept. 19).
Students are fed up with what and how they are being fed.
Over the past few months, Harry Potter actress Emma Watson has positioned herself as an advocate for gender equality.
Athletes are public figures. They should be role models and should not be allowed to play when they have criminal charges pending, whether they are women or men.
Urban Outfitters’ latest controversy involves a vintage Kent State University sweatshirt with bloodstain-like marks, stirring the outrage of those who remember the Kent State shooting massacre in 1970, resulting in the deaths of four students and nine injuries.
With groundwater sources across the state sinking by more than a foot a year and reports of wells going dry, the Groundwater Protection Act was finally approved, which is good news.
Last week the University celebrated Hispanic Serving Institutions Week, HSI, which was designed to promote discussion of Hispanic culture and heritage.
After reading “La Verne drops five spots in college rankings” by Michael Saakyan in the Campus Times (Sept. 19), I was troubled that comments attributed to me did not accurately reflect the basis of the US News & World Report rankings.
In compliance with the Campus SaVE Act, the University has implemented the “Think About It” program for all incoming students. The online program, presented by campusclarity.com, provides vital advice and information for incoming students about such serious issues as drinking, drug use, hooking up and assault.
The National Football League and Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, need to realize the seriousness of inadequately handling the domestic-violence case against Ray Rice, and all involved need to face the repercussions of their actions.