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LTE – Ebony Weekend

Deirdre Dalsing, Director, UW-P Counseling Services
March 6, 2014
Filed under Letters to the Editor

Congratulations to Brittany Walker and all the officers of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Black Student Union. Their efforts to make the ninth annual Ebony Weekend one to remember was certainly achieved. As a participant, it was more than obvious that Jeremy Payne, Ebony Weekend conference... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Bus route to Wal-Mart limited

Barret Galauner
November 21, 2013
Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Last year, there was a shuttle that went between the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus and Walmart. Almost every day, students would get on that bus to shop at Walmart and other stores. One day, this shuttle route was reduced to only running on Saturday. Because of that, anyone who was busy... Read more »

Stealing from UWP Students

Jannan Roesch
December 6, 2012
Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

My family is new to Platteville. We moved onto a block that includes a church, the church office building and our house. We moved from a college town and have generally found college towns pleasant. Never once did I think our location would be abused by the future graduates of UW–Platteville. How wrong... Read more »

Politics

Roseanne Olsen
October 25, 2012
Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

President Obama cut the banks out of the student-loan process as middlemen. By so doing, Obama saved taxpayers $61 billion that will be given to 3 million students by way of Pell Grants and other aid. Obama assured that all young people, age 27 and under, can remain on their parents’ health insurance. Knowing... Read more »

Respect for Life

Jarred Marugg
October 18, 2012
Filed under Letters to the Editor

Life: a great mystery, joy, and journey. Each life holds great dignity, value, treasure, and is worth living. Human life in the womb is particularly unique with scientific study showing brain wave activity in the first six weeks of gestation and a heart beat after only 18 days. It is no wonder that scientists... Read more »