The Daily Utah Chronicle

Letter to the Editor: Smog problem needs engaged advocates

April 19, 2013

Editor: In a local coffee shop, I picked up The Daily Chronicle to read over my latte and found Ms. Tanner’s opinion piece, “Smog shouldn’t be a taboo topic,” true to point and delightful to read. The university community has begun to mobilize around our smog problem. Recently, student Carl Ing...

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April 15, 2013

Editor: Thank you, Rose, for this article! I was wondering when someone was going to finally write about this website. When I first visited mormonsandgays.org I was hopeful, thinking the church was finally making progress. But I was naive and shouldn’t have been surprised when I saw the message they...

Letter to the Editor: Columnist’s stance on LDS website prejudiced

April 15, 2013

Editor: I found Rose Jones’ comments regarding the LDS stance on LGBT matters more biased, bigoted and ignorant than anything the LDS church has ever said. The LDS church does not discriminate against gays any more than the university discriminates against Harley riders. The church continues to pro...

Letters to the Editor: Anti-abortion doesn’t mean anti-LGBT

April 11, 2013

Editor: In Rose Jones’ column, “Eugenics and anti-abortion both white-male sentiments” (Opinion, April 2), she draws an exaggerated connection between sterilization and opposing abortion rights and even engages in some of the stereotyping that she rails against. Obviously sterilization is repugnant and...

Letters to the Editor: Columnists: tackle issues, do not accuse

April 11, 2013

Editor: A recent issue of The Daily Utah Chronicle carried an opinion piece and a cartoon attacking the motives and the activities of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC — “United States should disfavor the AIPAC” by Rose Jones (Opinion, March 21). The cartoon suggests that AI...

Letter to the Editor: Divestment from fossil fuels offers the U no downside

March 19, 2013

Editor: Divestment from fossil fuel companies is one of the most effective, low-risk and common sense actions the U can take to combat the current and future impacts of climate change. Our administration understands the dangers of climate change — demonstrated by President David Pershing’s goal of carbon n...

Letter to the Editor: The U’s delay of Winslow investigation uncalled for

March 19, 2013

Editor: The U has now commenced a long overdue investigation to examine numerous charges made by student-athletes and their parents from the swimming and diving program. I am one of the parents who has been involved in bringing this despicable situation to light. While I am hopeful that this process wil...

Letter to the Editor: Debate comments offensive

March 1, 2013

Editor: I recently listened to the radio broadcast of the ASUU election debates. I have friends running for both parties, so I wanted to support both sides. As far as I could tell, in my opinion the HOUSE Party won the debate. The Peak Party seemed less prepared. The Peak Party has answers, but the...

Bicycles should be restricted to edges of campus to avoid injuries

March 7, 2011

Editor: Bicycles on campus walkways are hazardous to the common student, and banning them through the middle of campus should be seriously considered. On multiple occasions I have felt a rush of terror as a bicyclist or skateboarder zips by me and in some instances has clipped my side. I can only imagine ...

Parking punishments too strict

December 9, 2009

Editor:Monday night I headed to the Warnock Engineering Building to finish an unnecessary lab report, and I parked between two handicapped spots in the yellow lined area. What a monster I must be for doing that! Well apparently there is an even worse abomination: Another car just so happened to park nex...

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