To the Editor: Rank hypocrisy! Gov. Sam Brownback and most conserva-tive Kansas legislators have repeatedly inveigh against “big government” dictating how people should live. But then they turn around and do exactly that by mandating that the University of Kansas Medical Center establish a stem
To the Editor On April 22, the Greater Manhattan Community Found-ation hosted an event called Grow Green for the benefit of 24 nonprofits that have endowed funds managed by the found-ation. This event was supported and enhanced by the generous match offered by Phil and Margaret Howe.
To the Editor: Having spent most of my professional life in university higher education, I found the Mercury article on the paucity of African-American faculty at KSU very interesting, but requiring some additional perspective that was briefly alluded to when comparing KSU’s number of
To the Editor: Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing an additional $202 million in “blood money” for NBAF. Considering the millions of dollars already pledged for the project and the governor’s budget dilemma, “bleeding Kansas” has begun to hemorrhage.
To the Editor: One hundred and fifty-five years ago, Memorial Day was established to commemorate those who died in defense of our national ideals. Our ideals of freedom, justice and equality for all have been challenged many times since then.
To the Editor: There is no such thing as pro-abortion — nobody wants more abortions. Pro-choice might be better named pro-safe. We don’t advocate for more. We advocate for safe. Anti-abortionist and pro-life groups advocate for less, either by making it harder for a pregnant
To the Editor: The Mercury’s editorial explanation of the “black marks” on the Senate for failing to pass even the minimal gun control of reliable background checks is apt: NRA targeted elections, timing (with senators praying that we’ll forget and the media will
To the Editor: First, let’s look at Wildcat Creek as it was 50 years ago. It is the same creek that flowed through Manhattan then as it does now; nothing has changed. All of the flooding is a man-made problem, and that means it should
To The Editor: The Little Apple Soccer Club’s Kick-Off Classic tournament at Anneberg Park on April 13-14 was a huge success. We were honored that we were able to host 67 teams and were thrilled with the fact that we had teams travel from all
To the Editor: National Volunteer Week is April 21-27 and is designed to recognize all volunteers and celebrate the spirit of service in a community. RSVP of the Flint Hills Volunteer Center, which has an enrollment of approximately 375 individuals aged 55 and older, is celebrating 39 years
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