Criticizing what we love is never easy. It is particularly difficult to criticize a warm-hearted group of people who serve healthy and delicious food. Krishna Lunch provides great value for its customers, as evidenced by the high demand for their lunch. Many of us love their nutritious vegetarian meals and appreciate the people who provide it, but we still need to ask some tough questions.
Opinion | Letters To The Editor
Ten years after the Iraq war began, another major intervention in the Middle East is picking up momentum as the United States openly discusses launching a strike on Syria for crossing its “red line” of using chemical weapons.
I know as a law student I tend to shut myself off from the outside world while it gets closer to finals.
Last week, the Supreme Court heard arguments on two marriage equality laws: the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8. Decisions will not be released for several weeks, but the cases show the direction our country is heading.
Before I came to college, I pictured a place where the best ideas rose to the top, a place where students were progressive in their thoughts and actions and a place where, if you worked hard enough, you could be a leader.
Over the summer, the Swamp Party’s candidate for Student Body president, Christina Bonarrigo, authored a bill that restricts the rights of University of Florida students to freely discuss campus issues.
Until I started working at Friends of the Library, no one had called me “kiddo” since my great-aunts did a long time ago.
It is a shame that I have write to you in regards to an article which ran in the Alligator on Sept. 25, both in the print and the online versions. I have been an avid reader of the Alligator for a number of years, and I have to honestly say that I am very disappointed on many levels with that article.
If Moisés Reyes really believes that America’s oil and natural gas companies are evil, there are some concrete steps he could take — and encourage his readers to take — to reduce the amount of money these “greedy-driven” corporations earn.
Pedro was a randomly assigned roommate, and he seemed like a pretty nice kid. He was quiet, thoughtful and courteous.