Counseling center responds to Collegian Editorial from 10/12/17

Dear Editors: Thank you for your comprehensive coverage of the mental health challenges affecting college students and the importance of providing the appropriate level of services to address these concerns as outlined in your October 12, 2017 editorial “Mental Health Move Sparks Concerns.” When the Student Counseling Center and the Alcohol and Other Drug Education […]

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Referenda not accurately represented (February 4, 2016 Issue)

From Joseph Rogers For the first time, the Students’ Government Association is holding online referenda to determine the level of student interest on two proposals: one regarding gender-neutral housing and one on a universal grading scale. The front page story about the referenda, “New living proposal may shake up townhouse living arrangements,” did not fully […]

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In response to “Hurricane Sandy sweeps through La Salle” (November 8, 2012 issue)

The following letter is in response to the article “Hurricane Sandy sweeps through La Salle” published in the Nov. 2, 2012 issue of the Collegian. Whether we should have opened on the Wednesday after Sandy is not the only point Ted Bordelon might have raised in his article in last week’s Collegian. The original email […]

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In response to “Iranian president’s legacy culminates with U.N. speech” (October 4, 2012 issue)

The following letter is in response to the article “Iranian president’s legacy culminates with U.N. speech” published in the Sept. 27, 2012 issue of the Collegian. While your analysis of President Ahmadinejad’s rhetorical relationship with Israel and the West are accurate, it’s important to acknowledge the other side of the issue; namely, the perspective of […]

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In response to the September 13, 2012 editorial (September 20, 2012 issue)

The following letter is in response to the editorial published in the Sept. 13, 2012 issue of the Collegian. I am disappointed in your recent editorial commending the University for its purchase of 545 Wister Street. The acquisition is, undoubtedly, a sound choice for the University both in fostering the continued welfare of the student […]

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