To the Editor: I live in the townhouses and brought the issue of lack of access to the attention of several people in housing after I couldn't get into the apartments after the first week or two of school. I also wrote Fran Koerting (Director of Residence Life) and Mike Tortora (Coordinator of Information Services) an extensive (two page) e-mail outlining my concerns.
To the Editor: Students often complain about the apathy present in our school community. Over the past few years, FUSA has tried to bring back the luster associated with many of our traditions such as the Dogwood Dance in the spring, Senior Mug Nights at the Levee, and the Harvest semiformal this fall.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Manhattan College Student Body President speaks out on the challenges of programming
To the Editor: I enjoyed Jen Malcom's column on the 200 Nights program. We have a 200 Nights event at Manhattan College. Though ours is much less fancy and costly than a senior cruise, we too regularly struggle with defining a "true senior" and accommodating all entitled seniors at events both economically and with some manner of entertainment other than alcohol.
To the Editor: If what I have to say is overanalyzed, it might well lose its meaning. Here is a simple matter: I am profoundly impressed by the supporting staff of our university. I have worked in many places before and in other universities, and have never experienced such exceptionally cordial treatment by the supporting staff.
To the Editor: As I read the article on plagiarism in last week's issue of The Mirror, I wondered, what exactly is news here? That some students plagiarize? That faculty and administrators seek to prevent and adjudicate instances of plagiarism? This is not news.
To the Editor : In regard to Meredith McKenna's article about the Ignatian Residential College - wow. I haven't heard a tone this whiny since Jack didn't get to dance with Kevin Bacon on Will ' Grace. She obviously missed the entire point of the Ignatian College.
To the Editor: We would like to thank the entire Fairfield University Community, especially the Fairfield Athletic Department, for their support and generous donations after our devastating house fire on Reef Road on Monday, Sept. 8, 2003. During this difficult time it was quite comforting knowing we had numerous co-workers, friends, family and other University employees and students willing to help us out any way they could.
To the Editor: This upcoming weekend, my six housemates and I will be downgrading our housing status form the spacious townhouses into the humbling rooms of Claver Hall. The infractions that caused us to get the boot occurred before the school year started, even before the Mirror's crime beat started their tally for the year.
To the Editor: When I first read Ethan Fry's Sept. 11th article, I contemplated responding to The Mirror immediately, but I felt my comments would be mainly unappreciated, as they would just iterate everything Ethan wrote. However, after reading the previous letter to the editor, I feel that it is necessary for me to give my two cents.
To the Editor: As the world passes into a new century humanity is faced with a much larger choice than war or peace, we are faced with the question of existence or non-existence. There is more at stake here than is being addressed by the administration or the media.