The Maroon

Letter to the Editor: Loyola has an obligation to provide care

Susan Baughman and Susan Baughman

May 3, 2012

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After reading Edward Seyler and Garrett Fontenot's opinion columns in the Maroon and in lieu of what is going on politically, women's health care needs to be addressed, and it needs to be addressed by a female. First and forem...

Letter to the Editor: Barefoot living is neither sane nor sanitary

JOHN BICKLE

April 25, 2012

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Dear editor: Being from San Francisco, I'm no stranger to modern hippie culture. From dreadlock hair to facial piercings, uncleanliness in the name of non- conformity is nothing I haven't seen before. Yet, when I first ran across Loyo...

Letter to the Editor: Socialism is not to be confused with liberalism

DAVID HOLMES

March 29, 2012

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Dear editor, As a student of economics here at Loyola, I would like to take a moment and clear up some of the misconceptions and outright falsehoods printed in The Maroon last week. Parker Denton in his letter, "Rape is not a ...

Letter to the Editor: Block’s ideas continue to incite upset

The Women's Studies Committee

March 21, 2012

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Dear editor, On behalf of the Women's Studies Committee, we would like to offer a brief response to Dr. Walter Block's offensive article entitled "Several Fatal Flaws Mar the Feminist ...

Letter to the Editor: Block’s column is anti-woman and offensive

Susan Baughman

March 14, 2012

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Dear editor, As I was reading Walter Block's opinion column in the March 2nd issue, I could no longer keep my humanitarian opinion to myself. Let me start off with an annoyance about his opinion. It seems that he is living a ...

Letter to the Editor: Block’s column lacks evidence, valid argument

Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J.

March 8, 2012

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Dear editor, I was deeply disappointed in the column published last week by Professor Walter Block. There were many reasons for my disappointment, but I will name just one. The column was totally lacking in any argument wha...

Letter to the Editor: Column wrong about Austrian economists

Walter Block

February 8, 2012

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Dear editor, In his Feb. 3 column, Ed Seyler states, "I shall prove that I am not an Austrian economist by analyzing empirical data to estimate the amount of this premium." No, no, no, Ed. Go to the back of the class. Or take a...

Letter to the Editor: Activism is required for more issues

February 1, 2012

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Dear editor, In response to Eric Knoepfler's column, "Internet blackout affects all," I would like to comment further on the state of our civil liberties, censorship and the U.S. Government. For one day, the Internet seeming...

Letter to the Editor: Professors’ attendance rules are fair

January 25, 2012

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Dear editor, In Tad Walters' column, "Loyola resembles high school in several ways," I only found one point that I agreed with. This point is that the freshman visitation rights are stupid. In this aspect, I thoroughly agree wit...

Letters to the Editor: Barefoot living can improve medical health

January 18, 2012

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Dear editor, As the author of "The Barefoot Book: 50 Great Reasons to Kick Off Your Shoes," I was thrilled to read Leslie Gamboni's article. Barefoot running and barefoot living is definitely a growing trend, and I see this ...

Letters to the Editor: Student finds boundaries ambiguous

December 6, 2011

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Dear editor, As a queer here at Loyola, I appreciated Marie Tupper's letter to the editor, "Take caution when choosing biblical quotes." She pointed out many aspects of sexuality that I have never considered. For example, why is ma...

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