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University admissions should not consider income

With the economy in its current downturn, the fact that colleges are looking more favorably on those who can pay their way shouldn’t be surprising.

No touching rule incorrect way to handle classroom violence

Imagine if, when you were in middle school, all forms of physical contact were banned. What games would be played at recesses and lunch times?

Ignoring foreign languages in U.S. schools a disservice

Too little, too late. That’s the unfortunate truth when it comes to foreign language education in the United States.

NASA should listen to public for naming

NASA had a contest to name the new node of the International Space Station last month.

G20 riots go too far, demonstations turn violent

The United States is not the only country that has been affected by the recent economic downturn.

Students, faculty should take part in selecting new dean

After the former Dean of Student Affairs vacated her position in late 2008, the university began searching for a replacement.

Letter to the Editor

I would like to respond to the Jan. 19 letter from Dr. H. Scott Matthews, “PCC a weak attempt to decrease universities’ carbon footprints.”

Leadership Perspectives

The weather is getting warmer and people are gathering at odd hours of the weekend to send a woman speeding down Schenley in a torpedo-shaped vehicle.

Letter to the Editor

This is in response to the March 30 article, "Scientists create algorithm to help kidney transplants."

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