In the final issue of the Counterweight last spring, executive editor Chase Donaldson 07 asked readers why the publication has not received more conservative support on campus. One of my many internal responses to this query was that conservative students on campus would be no more willing to identify themselves with such an extremist point of view than all liberals would believe that Michael Moore represents their political beliefs.
Most anyone who knows me knows my deep love of Sen. Hillary Clinton. Say what you will about her, the womans got pluck. Call her cold, call her ruthless, I call her my favorite candidate for the 2008 election. Until Sunday.
Last weeks Messenger cover shows a picture of a Students for Reproductive Health (SRH) event in connection with Amnestys Human Rights Week; due to confusion regarding the activities relating to National Young Womens Day of Action (NWYDA), on Tuesday, Oct.24, we would like to clarify the actions and intent of Students for Reproductive Health in commemorating NYWDA.
In response to Christopher Windle's open letter in last week's Manitou Messenger, I'd like to share part of my original response to Christopher's e-mail to me earlier in the week to explain the law surrounding solicitation and our policies toward political candidates.
Imagine reading and memorizing from a textbook. Now imagine that when you wake up tomorrow morning, the arguments, evidence and facts that you've spent so long learning might change radically thge next day.