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Letter to the Editor: Constitution Day more than what was covered

As I followed news coverage of Constitution Week at UK ’14, a raspy voice from nearly 35 years ago came back to me.

Free speech is ugly at times, as in this case, but it is to be vehemently protected, not self-righteously dismissed.

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LTE: Preventative aid needed

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(The U.S. spends) a large amount of money on military spending to prevent unrest and promote stability. However, appropriate preventative measures are not being taken.

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LTE: Premise of photo leak column is misguided

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Mr. Arensdorf’s column perfectly demonstrated how misguided some people can be. Just like the leaked photos, I hope you can avoid his column.

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Men and women are different. Why? Because our culture socially distinguishes between the two common sexes: male and female. And males and females are biologically different in many ways you can research on your own time.

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Regarding the upcoming SG election, the Ingram-Jackson ticket stands apart as the best representation of the students to this university. Mariel Jackson serves as a senator at-large and vice chair of the academic and student affairs committee.

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In Monday’s op-ed, “Gay marriage: legal opposition isn’t out of the question,” Matt Young, used outdated and flawed arguments.

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I was thrilled to spot a headline like “Today’s Dating is Outdated” in the Kentucky Kernel on Thursday, Jan. 30. Unfortunately, less than 10 lines in, I almost choked on my tea. Here is my response to key points of this decidedly “outdated” column.

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Letter to the editor: A farewell to Jewell Hall

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The former residents and alumni of Jewell Hall feel that a vital part of our past will soon be consigned to our memories and faded pictures taken with film cameras.

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Though I am not a student at the University of Kentucky, I am and will always be a proud Kentuckian. A Frankfort, Ky. native, I enjoy keeping up with current events on the home front and have truly enjoyed watching the acoUstiKats perform, but was recently outraged by a column in Kentucky Kernel.

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