Letters to the Editor

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Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

Imagine that you taught here at Georgia College & State University for 53 years, a dormitory was named in your honor, several yearbooks were dedicated to you, and you gave the students here your whole life.
Thirty years later, about the main thing that remains of your legacy is the building named in your honor, which, because of new housing plans at GC&SU, will be torn down, destroying your memory.


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Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

Kudos to Dr. Kleine for speaking out against the silliness of new policies to inhibit sidewalk chalking (Colonnade, April 5).
When I was a student at Michigan State in the heyday of Students for a Democratic Society, the Black Panthers, and the Weathermen, students wrote their political messages in large letters with spray paint, and not only on sidewalks but on the walls of the buildings.


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Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

I would like to respond to information from the recent article (March 8, 2002) on plans to crack down on sidewalk chalking. I am a professor in my fifth year here and routinely walk about the campus so I feel I have a basis from which to express my points of concern.


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Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

Georgia College & State University is an excellent college with a beautiful campus and is improving daily, but a major problem that is often over looked as needing improvement is registering for classes at our school.
Many people probably do not realize the problem, thinking registration was improved when it was changed from by hand with the advisor to the Internet.


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Letters to Editors

Dear Students,

The purpose of my letter is to inform you of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or ROTC program at Georgia College & State University.
The ROTC program offers two, three and four year scholarships to qualifying applicants.
If you are able to complete a two, three or four year college program prior to your 31st birthday, are a U.


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Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

Do you like being out of the loop? Is it fun to be clueless about current events? Of course not. Most people like to have a basic knowledge of what’s happening in the world.
So, you don’t want to be ignorant. Now, where do you get your news? Television has always been a good source for breaking news coverage, but you can’t get any depth from the “idiot box.