To the Editor: I am writing to offer a response to the editorial entitled "Completing the Constitution" which appeared in the Feb. 24, 2005 edition of The Mirror. First, I agree that FUSA's existing written policy concerning public and media access to its meeting was insufficient.
To the Editor: This year Fairfield decided to spend thousands of dollars to change the name of Fairfield Security to Public Safety. With the recent slew of thefts from the townhouses, what is being kept safe? I find it difficult to understand how a public safety officer can bust a freshman for carrying a couple of beers in his backpack across the quad, yet remain oblivious to a man breaking in through the back porch of a townhouse and then walking out with a couple laptops.
To the Editor: This letter is in response to the article "A senior reflects on lost band opportunities," written by Meghan Doherty in the Feb. 24 issue. As FUSA VP of Programming, I am personally disappointed by the views Ms. Doherty expressed in her article.
Ms. Grant missed the point of my article. To begin, it appeared in the Commentary section, and is therefore my opinion. The fact that Ms. Grant feels disappointed about my views is unfortunate given her position, but I was merely commenting on my experience with the concert bookings over the past four years.