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To the Editor: Re: “The Trick to Life Is to Keep Moving” Published on September 7th, 2019 by Devi Lockwood described a very good friendship she had with a much older woman named Cora Brookes. Devi and Cora had an … Continue reading

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Mukesh K. Jain, Tadataka Yamada and Robert Lefkowitz’s article, “We Need More Doctors Who Are Scientists,” shows how easy it is to speak about a problem without giving a solution, or why the problem exists in the first place. As a young adult … Continue reading

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LTE Draft – Whosyourcookie

Social Media Ruining Architecture? In Alexandra Lange’s September 7th, 2019 article “Is Instagram Ruining Architecture?“, Lange expresses an imprecise argument on the fact of Instagram personally affecting the importance of architecture world wide. Although, posting pictures on Instagram is inevitable, … Continue reading

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LTE Draft – givememyclouttokens

As a minority who has grown up around crime, violence, and police brutality, I have seen how corrupt and ill informed the police force has a tendency to be. Robert Gangi is definitely wrong when he says it is too … Continue reading

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LTE Draft – Givemeclouttokens

In the article, West Texas Shooting Spree, the author unjustifiably used a quote from President Trump, wrongly thinking that this quote is justified to have in a tear jerking article about a mass shooting. The author decided to put a … Continue reading

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Insert Title Here In Michael R. Bloomberg and Matt Myers’ article, “Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes to Protect Our Children“, they argue that big tobacco companies are ruining teenagers lives with electronic cigarettes, a form of smoking that was originally designed to help adults … Continue reading

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LTE Draft—lazybear8

Insert Title Here Mukesh K. Jain, Tadataka Yamada and Robert Lefkowitz’s article, “We Need More Doctors Who Are Scientists,” shows how easy it is to speak about a problem without giving a solution, or why the problem exists in the first place. As … Continue reading

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