Letters to the Editor
Implementing school voucher systems to allow parents to ensure their kids are getting a good education will help solve school violence and many of the problems we see today.
Drawing attention to last week’s assault against grad student Kendra Yoder is a step toward preventing these crimes.
An organization of West Point graduates and a U.S. representative are collecting evidence against President Bush and Vice President Cheney in hopes of getting them impeached.
The John Merrill plagarism scandal holds much to discuss about attribution and responsibililty.
Expanding the existing highway will not solve long term issues; Columbians should consider creating an I-70 bypass further north.
Readers need to know “the rest of the story” about what’s being done to ensure biofuel incentives are used for the right purposes.
John Merrill stumbled, but he is one of the best journalism professors ever to have taught, advised and mentored students at the J-School.
The Columbia Public School District should model good citizenship and find alternative ways of communication with citizens.
MU’s new women’s and gender studies department reflects a strong disciplinary core that has developed in this field of study during the last 30 years.
The Missouri Department of Transportation's engineers should be considering ways to encourage other ways to get where we need to go.
If Rep. Cunningham’s legislation passes, it will pressure educators into representing unacademic and religion-based ideologies.
It doesn’t matter if we pull our troops out of Iraq this year or ten years from now. The only difference will be the number of our troops’ lives that will be lost.
The new task force is a waste of time and taxpayer money.
When it comes to preventing highway deaths, reducing the speed limit on U.S. 63 is a better solution than building a fence.
Whether you drive, bike or walk, the proposed road changes will increase safety for all users.
Kenny Hulshof’s recent vote against the State Children’s Health Insurance Program doesn’t represent his constituents.
Last Thursday our representative had a chance to show independence from the president on an issue that has the overwhelming support of the American people and especially the people of Columbia.
When I read an article in which a professor of psychology is quoted as stating that wearing these costumes “can be an invitation to trouble”, I get a little riled up.
Columbia’s lawmakers need to make fire safety at fraternities and sororities a higher priority.