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Fair, balanced in the midst of all this criticism

[email protected] September 23, 2003
Although some might want me to censor one side, I refuse to do that. Speaking for my writings, I write it as I see it. Others, liberals and conservatives, should do the same. I'm a liberal in this column, but I check that at the door on production night....

Pepsi priced unfairly

[email protected] September 23, 2003
I am somewhat embarrassed that a $0.64 issue is finally driving me to take out the pen and rant in The Marquette Tribune. It's a little annoyance but, luckily, it has a very simple solution, so we can use this as a test to see how quickly the...

Bias burns MU conservatives

Joseph Wilke September 23, 2003
Several friends and I submitted Viewpoints to the Tribune last semester supporting President Bush's Iraq policy, while Tribune columnists and Viewpoint writers — including students like Mate — constantly bashed Bush and U.S. policy toward Iraq....

Posters reveal truth about history, U.S.

Michael Uhrich September 23, 2003
Next, she argues that "the 70,000 Salvadorans and four American nuns killed by the military rulers of El Salvador" was also the United States' fault. This El Salvadoran regime was supported by Jimmy Carter, not the Marquette College Republicans.

One with the universe

Sarah Sherman September 18, 2003
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre said, "Hell is other people." I wonder if he knew how right he was. For each extra person in the universe, we are that much less together. There is only one, but it is scattered, and becoming even more so.
So yes,...

Fighting for free speech

Megan Inserra September 18, 2003
Inserra is a sophomore history and global politics major.

Television in everyday life

Marianne Gosz September 18, 2003
Around the world, Americans are often stereotyped as being out of touch with current events or, to be blunt, stupid. Many foreigners think we are egocentric, or that we are unable to see a world beyond the United States. This, of course, is a...

A struggle for all

Nicholas Zettel September 18, 2003
Here are two pieces of advice for Keener:
First, if people "struggling with homosexual tendencies" want Catholic help, they can seek such help under their own power. After all, we are at a Catholic university. This is our university; Catholics,...

We are ALL Marquette

Christian Eichenlaub September 18, 2003
For a little Latin, let's try "cura personalis," one of the virtues that our university is founded upon. This "care for the whole person" charges students to develop educationally and socially into adults who are not only true to themselves but also...

Monument violates U.S. principles

Marianne Gosz August 28, 2003
It is important to have a moral code in your life, and most people get that from religion. The monument is not offensive to those who don't believe in God, but it is offensive to those who believe in American freedoms.
I am grateful for my Catholic...

Twitter Prevails

October 16, 0202
If I am going to download a new app, I need to have a good reason to do so; if I’m going to keep something on my home screen, it had better add some value to my busy life. And to this point, neither Facebook, nor Venmo has given me any reason to consider paying attention to them.
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