Letter to the Editor: Wash. U. grad workers union is still here, still fighting

From the beginning, the Wash. U. administration has chosen to hide behind union-busting lawyers in the courtroom rather than to listen to us.

Washington University Graduate Workers Union

Letter to the Editor: America’s unchanging role in the world

Instead of more of the same, how about spending the next $3 trillion on providing everyone on Earth with a glass of water and a place to s—?

Jose Madero | Ph.D. Candidate

Letter to the Editor

At the Sept. 19 Student Union Senate meeting, Senators Tyler Tran, Brian Adler and Jeff Berkowitz launched their “Mental Health Initiative.” While I applaud these senators for looking into this issue, I was upset with their approach.

Stephen Bertelsman | Class of 2019

Letter to the Editor

If the Wash. U. administration wanted to prevent rape, it would ban alcohol from all University-owned residences, and not obstruct the enforcement of the drinking-age laws.

Jonathan Katz | Professor of Physics

Letter to the Editor: In response to Sept. 25 staff editorial

I would like to clarify any confusion and provide more context for those wishing to push back against bad policy.

Megan Magray | Class of 2017

Letter to the Editor

Too often Wash. U. students are criticized for ignoring the St. Louis community outside the 63130 bubble. Wash. U. students must show solidarity with the citizens of St. Louis by marching and protesting, by standing up to police brutality and unpunished murders by police.

Marie Bigham and Steve Frappier | Washington University Alumni

Letter to the Editor: Student Life’s calculated outrage

It was only when there was outrage on social media that Student Life published its bombastic editorial, more than one week after it first learned of the pick.

Sam Klein | Class of 2018

Letter to the Editor: Parting words

As Student Life prepares to shut down for finals, my parting words to all my admirers are that the most obvious explanations are not necessarily correct, that cherished assumptions may be invalid and that ad hominem arguments are fallacious.

Jonathan Katz | Physics Professor

Letter to the Editor: Statement by physics department faculty

We strongly disagree with the thoughts expressed by Jonathan Katz in his April 16, 2017 op-ed contribution to Student Life.

24 physics faculty members

Letter to the Editor: In response to op-ed Landman and Holloway April 20, 2017

I provided references for my statements about the reliability of published, peer-reviewed studies in my submission to Student Life, but Student Life chose not to print them. Here they are:

Jonathan Katz | Professor of Physics