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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor,   For many of us, the public library will always be synonymous with books. The books drew us to the library in the first place, helped us discover new worlds – beyond our

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Struggling services

The Temple News recognizes the flaws of SFS, but encourages students to be proactive. Student Financial Services has some of the most important responsibilities of any office in the university, yet still struggles to perform

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Voting woes

The Temple News thinks the voter ID law is a nuisance to student voters. On March 14, Pennsylvania became the 16th state to require voters to show photo identification at the polls. The new law

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Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, This past Tuesday, March 27, the Temple College Republicans and the Temple College Democrats held a debate in the Underground and discussed issues affecting the local community and the nation. This event could

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Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, There is a growing trend across the nation’s colleges and universities – a movement that promotes student health. Throughout the country, college and university campuses are adopting smoke-free or tobacco-free policies. According to

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White Paper

The Temple News believes that a lot of questions still need to be answered. On March 15, Provost Richard Englert issued an updated version of his White Paper, a series of proposals to streamline processes,

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Unanswered Concerns

The Temple News takes issue with the lack of transparency regarding the details of the NCNID. As The Temple News has covered the proposed North Central Neighborhood Improvement District, we have questioned its proponents’ lack