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ACADEMIC FREEDOM

Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2003

ACADEMIC FREEDOM

dcorbe04@yahoo.com We might consider it a great victory under the banner of academic freedom that Dr. James Moorhead has not been thrown out of our beloved school as persona non grata. In the name of libertarian egality and truly liberal…

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2003

JIM MOORHEAD RESPONDS

jmoorhd@providence.edu I found Dave Holman’s article with its extensive reliance on Racheal D’Ambrosia’s letter a disturbingly biased and inaccurate description of my classes. The statements in Holman’s article are without context, and D’Ambrosia’s letter contains many false accusations. Rather than…

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Uncategorized | Apr.23, 2003

My Letter

kkraetzer@cardholders.com I noticed that paragraph starts were missed when I submitted which should be placed at “To infer” and “We mourn”.Thank you again for the chance to provide this note.Ken Kraetzer’79

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Uncategorized | Apr.23, 2003

Erin Simmeth’s Commentary

kkraetzer@cardholders.com I have been working on this note for the past week and have circulated it to a number of alumni, sorry it has gotten lengthy, but a number of themes came to mind. I can shorten if necessary to…

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Uncategorized | Apr.23, 2003

Inaccurate portrayal of Jim Moorhead

mcg1980@aol.com Dear Cowl Readers, After reading the article entitled “Pushing Boundaries of Academic Freedom,” in the April 3, 2003 issue of The Cowl, I was truly disgusted at the misinformation given about Professor Moorhead and his classes. As a former…

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Uncategorized | Apr.15, 2003

Jim Moorhead

psirubi@optonline.net As I read “Pushing Boundaries of Academic Freedom” I too was compelled to write a letter to the editor in defense of Jim Moorhead. However being a mother of a 2 1/2 year old leaves me very little time…

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Uncategorized | Apr.14, 2003

Jim Moorhead’s Classes

moniquedevoe@hotmail.com After reading the recent article concerning Jim Moorhead’s classes, I was both angered and saddened. I was angered because I felt that people were twisting the facts in order to suit their purposes. I will never deny that Jim…

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Uncategorized | Apr.14, 2003

Low on issues, Cowl?

dharri05@providence.edu It’s true that when there isn’t much news to talk about, the media must cover and sensationalize dull or miniscule issues. Last week, on the front page of our student newspaper in Megan Comerford’s coverage, we were fortunate enough…

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Uncategorized | Apr.14, 2003

TO: Editor (Not for Publication)

kenlove@txucom.net Editor: In just a few short weeks, the ritual of school will come to an abrupt end for thousands of college graduates, followed by the reality of the permanent daily grind of the work world setting in.However, the first…

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Uncategorized | Apr.14, 2003

Censorship and the Cowl

jpcammar@providence.edu I am saddened and dismayed by the decision to censor letters to the Editor in the April 10 edition of the Cowl. I have always believed that the division between classes and student life is an artificial one. If…

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