Opinions




Campus Times
April 24, 1998

 

Editorials

Wednesday classes offer no breaks

The move to start scheduling classes on Wednesdays is not necessarily a boon for students.

Rehabilitation not worthwhile

The case of Horace Kelly provides a compelling argument for swifter capital punishment.


Columns

Process keeps students in dark

Laura Czingula, editor in chief, feels slighted by the Registrar's Office's treatment of graduating students.

'Liberal' Americans too uptight

Jennifer Parsons, managing editor, thinks U.S. citizens need to take a broader view of the world.

Campus Times not all fun and games

Erica Aguilar, editorial director, offers a behind-the-scenes look at newspaper production.

 

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