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Letter to the editor; Mid-Eastern Foreign Policy Flaws

This letter was submitted by a CNM student expressing their opinions on foriegn policy in the Middle East are those of the individual writer and do not necessarily represent the beliefs of the CNM Chronicle or its staff. 705 more words
Vol. 20

"Maroney is a man of integrity, loyalty and unmeasured work ethic" - Letter to the Editor

The Milford Democrats are very proud and happy to share this letter to the editor penned by Scott Schulte in the Connecticut Post.

In the letter Schulte describes Maroney as a man of “integrity, loyalty and unmeasured work ethic”. 172 more words

News And Events

Letter to the Editor: Citizens attend Wesley Lake Commission Meeting

Last night I attended the Wesley Lake Commission monthly meeting with my wife.  While  waiting for the the meeting to start we were remarking that the turnout was not great.   99 more words

Ocean Grove News

Letter to the Editor

Friday, September 12, 2014

Ruth, Our ‘Happy Days’ Disciple

The Bible has Ruth in the New Testament. However, we in Lyons have Ruth Cole at Happy Days. 253 more words

Letter To The Editor

not an article for the faint-of-heart

It is time for me to go to work, so i’ll keep this short!

Obscurity isn’t the end of the world.

Have a great weekend!

President Mary-Beth Cooper Welcomes Back Students to Springfield College

Mary-Beth Cooper
Springfield College President

Welcome back to campus for the new academic year!  I hope that each of you enjoyed a summer filled with relaxation and new experiences.  532 more words

Springfield College

Letter to the editor: Whittier spends money on beautification

If you count when I was a student, 2014 marks my tenth September at Whittier. Although one school year beginning is much like another, to me it’s still one of our best times, a season when we step up, telegraph in our words and actions and fashioning what we’re about, and in a word welcome new community members and welcome back old friends and colleagues. 457 more words