Letters to the editor
Letter to the editor May 17
Response to Iler’s May 15 news article ASOSU, Barometer need to get along The article about the Associated Students of Oregon State University Senate meeting of week 7 that was published Wednesday, May 15 in the Barometer was juvenile and included many inaccuracies.
Letter to the editor May 14
In response to Drage’s May 10 article Use term ‘trans*’ instead of ‘transvestitism’ I am glad to see your positive support for the LGBTQ+ community on our campus and as a national civil rights issue. However, I am a bit concerned about your choice of language, specifically the word “transvestitism.
Letter to the editor May 13
Response to Drage’s May 9 column Abolish marriage, institute civil unions I would like to thank Irene Drage for her May 9 column “Equal rights for the LGBTQ folks are inevitable.” Specifically, she beautifully takes the moral high ground with her word choice and structure while cramming gay marriage acceptance down our throats like bad cough medicine.
Letter to the editor, May 10
Response to Pells May 9 versus column ‘Thank you’ Drew Pells Thank you, Drew Pells, for opening my eyes. I’d never heard anybody say — least of all you, in every piece you’ve ever written for the Barometer — that the government is really the cause of all society’s problems.
Letters to the editor May 8
Response to McLain’s May 6 column Want to win a student body election? Rush! In response to the recent election of Brett Deedon and Victoria Redman, Steve McLain raised a valuable point: Greek students do, in fact, dominate student government and vote in student body elections.