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LETTER: Scott Brown: An advocate for people, not politics

To the Editor, Scott Brown, an independent voice in the Senate, understands that compromise and reaching across the aisle are necessary to make progress on Capitol Hill. Senator Brown stands resolutely for the people of Massachusetts and their beliefs across the board. He shows incredible courage, consistently working against party pressure, and outside the Capitol […]

LETTER: On energy use at BU and other universities

This year, a movement is launching at Boston University and across the nation. It will be the boldest, largest attempt to fight global warming yet. It is the intent of Divest BU for BU and universities nationwide to pull their investments out of the dirty energy industry, and for students to discover the incredible voice […]

LETTER: On physician-assisted suicide

To the Editor: “I will give no deadly medicine to any one if asked, nor suggest any such counsel.” This is an excerpt from The Hippocratic Oath – the oath that guides my practice as a physician. On the November ballot, the Massachusetts Question 2 about physician assisted suicide, runs contrary to the foundation of medical […]

LETTER: On SG coverage

To the Editor: The two articles published on Oct. 16 about the changes made to our Student Government’s election calendar wrongfully accused the Executive Board of changing the calendar in order to remain in office for another semester and incorrectly accused the Senate of voting to overturn last year’s amendment. These charges are harsh and are […]

LETTER: A journalist’s take on the Cuban Missile Crisis, 50 years later

To the Editor: It was a year of change and contrasts. I was a senior in 1962 at Boston University’s School of Public Relations and Communications (SPRC). In a few months I would be graduating — hoping for a job in journalism. Boston was in the spotlight because of its association with President Kennedy and […]