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Letter to the Editor: Response to “Lawsuit against university comes to an end, public shares concerns,” published Sept. 12

Dear Sheaf: Kudos to you, and especially Noah Callaghan, for your piece about the Academic Integrity Group’s lawsuit against the U of S, and its forced abandonment because of the financial burden on the suit’s sponsors (myself included)… Instead of flipping classrooms, the U of S leadership seems intent on flipping academic freedom to mean…


Letter to the Editor: A new piano would be appreciated

Dear Editor: For four years now, I have witnessed the piano in the first floor entrance foyer of the Arts Building go from poor to better condition and then back again. After tuning, it sounds reasonable at best, and would not attract most music students to sit down and share their talents with us. I…


Letter to the editor: Response to “AES assimilation model distracts from transformative change,” published Aug. 30

Dear Editor, Ashlynn Weisberg’s op-ed piece in the August 30 edition of the Sheaf hits the bullseye on several points. Those of us who work for Access and Equity Services absolutely recognize that ingrained “institutional, social and systemic obstacles” are part of daily life for people with disabilities. We agree that the implementation of “a…


Letter to the editor: Response to “Canada Student Loans discriminates against Indigenous students,” published Sept. 28.

Thank you for this piece, which revealed a potential disconnect between how we think we communicate about student loans and what students actually hear. I’m disappointed that we appear to have fallen short but am grateful for the opportunity to improve. For clarity, it’s important to know that Canada-Student-Loans-Program loans come to students in two…

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