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Dear Editor,   On Saturday, March 24, the 2012 Intercollegiate U.S. China Healthcare Conference is being hosted at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The goal of this conference–organized jointly by Global China Connection, Payer+Provider, and Penn Biotech Group–is to equip students to contribute to the global discussion on healthcare reform.…

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Dear Editor, On March 1, five students of the Occupy movement entered the Student Center building and in a cult-like fashion one yelled and the other four repeated: “Mic check, do you want free education?…

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Dear Editor,   Last week a student from University of Pennsylvania took the liberty to write in to The Temple News to express her opinions regarding contraception in the newspaper. The record needs to be set straight about this for one final time so there is no more distortion and misinformation coming from one side in this debate.…

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Dear Editor, Until recently, millions of young adult women had never imagined a life without rights to their own bodies. They inherited the reproductive freedoms their predecessors fought for, rights that are at stake with the escalating reproductive warfare led by the GOP.…

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Dear Editor, On Feb. 2, the Temple College Republicans hosted Republican candidate John Featherman for U.S. Congress. Featherman is running for the First District congressional seat currently occupied by Democratic Congressman Bob Brady, who has served the district since 1998 and has been the chairman of the Philadelphia Democratic Party since 1986.…

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Dear Editor, Entering their much-anticipated Atlantic-Ten Conference showdown against Xavier on Feb. 11, the men’s basketball team has won seven consecutive contests and 11 of their last 13, sitting atop the leader board in the conference.…

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Dear Editor, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is faced with a difficult reality that is echoed across the nation. A combination of rising costs including those from medical care for the elderly and unions, and revenues not meeting expectations fuel this reality.…

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Dear Editor: Today, Feb. 7 marks the 12th year of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and it is an especially important moment in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Department of Public Health reports that African- Americans in the city have been disproportionately effected, comprising nearly 66 percent of new HIV infections in 2010.…

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Dear Editor, Throughout the world there are countries where the government dictates to businesses how to run the business, but a free United States is the last place you would expect to see it, until now.…