To the Editor: The latest flap about unconscionable drug price gouging shines a bright light on just one element of our broken health care system. The Epipen is essential to many people for survival. This product has outlived its patent .
To the Editor: Thank you for covering the upcoming replenishment of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Reading how Thoko’s life has been dramatically affected by these devastating diseases is heartbreaking, but the Global Fund offers .
To the Editor: As we start thinking about school, football, cooler weather, autumn leaves and, of course, the holiday season, it is also “flock membership” time. Now is an excellent time to renew or begin your annual membership to the .
To the Editor: September is (Mental Health) Recovery Month. Like everything else, that means different things to different people. After more than 50 years in the “mental health system,” recovery is hard for me to describe. Many of my friends who .
To the Editor: “The professional football team in Washington calls itself the Washington Redskins. As a Native American, do you find that name offensive, or doesn’t it bother you?” Ninety percent of 504 adults self-identifying as Native American selected the .
To the Editor: I had hoped that the Merc would ignore Colin Kaepernick and his protest, but he not only makes it into the sports pages but is the subject of the paper’s editorial on the opinion page. Why? .
To the Editor: I confess I do not have a very big personal investment in the discussion about the Manhattan High School Indian drawing, but as I passed through an intersection in Manhattan with the overhead likeness of what purports .
To the Editor: Here are 10 things more worthy of attention than the Indian mascot controversy: 1. Childhood bullying 2. Terrorism 3. School finance 4. Zika virus 5. Domestic and child abuse. 6. Illegal drugs 7. Childhood hunger 8. Homelessness 9. Unemployment 10. Cancer Let’s put our efforts into solving .
To the Editor: Early last month, our community lost one of its most distinguished and talented personalities. Since 1948, Margaret Yzerman Walker enriched this community and our state with her conspicuous artistry as a pianist and teacher. She and her husband, .
To the Editor: So, the community disagrees about whether the Indian mascot for Manhattan High School should be changed. This is unsurprising. But the anger of some of the responses (primarily from the anti-mascot-change perspective) printed in the Mercury recently .
To the Editor: A front-page Mercury article on Sunday, Aug. 28, carrying the headline “Campus claims,” was basically a legal discussion of campus rape and K-State’s own interpretation of Title IX “legal-speak.” The larger question is: How would you feel .
To the Editor: What in the world is going on with the current campaigning cycle? This is getting downright scary. I saw placards at a Trump rally that read: “Hang the B——.” Donald Trump has made veiled statements about the .
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