To the Editor:

The caliber of The Mirror has increased since my freshman year. In prior years, I only glanced through the headlines. As the years have passed I find myself wondering if it’s Thursday yet. In fact, when I don’t read The Mirror I feel disconnected from the University. Paramount in my reading The Mirror is the reporting of controversial issues. The war in Iraq and the protests in Ireland made The Mirror’s front page, as did the Athletic protest outside Father Kelley’s office. The Mirror keeps students informed and while I may not always agree with the stories they run, controversy is an essential facet of learning.


Michelle Gormbley ’03

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