Opinions




Campus Times
March 5, 1999

 

Editorials

Freedom rights play tug-of-war

A Vietnamese shopkeeper's efforts to display a poster of Ho Chi Minh provides a lesson in First Amendment protections.

CT serves as forum for views

A controversial insert the print edition of the Campus Times is intended to spark discussion on abortion.

 

Columns

Speaker's advice is motto for life

Greg MacDonald, editor in chief, takes the words of the annual Communications Day speaker to heart.

Oaks incident changes feelings of safety

Michelle Thornton, editorial director, is dismayed by the response of campus safety to a recent incident in the Oaks.

Bilingual advantages immeasurable

Angelica Martinez, features editor, supports the rights of California's bilingual citizens.


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