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Censoring mail

By | 2007-04-12T09:00:00-04:00 April 12th, 2007|Opinions|
Letters to the editor

I suppose National Geographic and Star magazine are against the rules as well (At Spring Arbor)? Wouldn’t want people thinking or seeing inappropriate images. Spring Arbor is crazy if they can ban “Out” an alternative magazine. I can’t believe they think that they can go through an individual’s mail. If they can’t act as a post office, they should just end the service all together. Our brilliant leader, President Bush was trying to pass a law that would allow the government to look at other peoples mail. It’s weird to think who might be thought as a terrorist or what would be considered terrorist activity. I seriously doubt there is a conspiracy against Spring Arbor. Thus they shouldn’t be opening any mail not addressed to them. I do hope more students at Spring Arbor stand up cause they are doing nothing wrong.
Frank Vaca

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