Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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LETTER: Higher education not for all

I would like to take a closer look at Matt Goyette’s so-called ‘humble disagreement’ with The Daily Free Press. In his letter (‘Education would benefit all,’ Feb. 26), Goyette ‘humbly’ claims that The Free Press has shown unacceptable ‘disdain for education and self-righteous opinions of low skilled labor.’

LETTER: Education would benefit all

I would like to humbly disagree with the editorial on President Barack Obama’s address (‘STAFF EDIT: Economic lessons,’ Feb. 25).

LETTER: No sympathy for fire starters

As a resident of 6 Buswell St., where last Friday’s fire took place, I feel almost obligated to write in and address some of the points made in Tuesday’s article on the fire (‘Students slept through fire, they say,’ Feb. 24).

LETTER: Censure unnecessary

‘What is the Student Union?’ That is the response I receive nearly every time I bring up the topic of the Boston University Student Union to friends. I proceed to explain that it is the undergraduate student government here at BU.

LETTER: Medical marijuana is useful

What was left unclear in the article on medical marijuana (‘Medical marijuana future is up in the air,’ Feb. 17) is how broad and deep the scientific consensus that marijuana can be medically useful now is.