Letter to the editor

Shortly before the close of the semester, Provost Gayle Davis announced her office would for the first time in the history of the university cap the number of sabbaticals.

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Letter to the editor

The recent exchange between the editors of the Lanthorn and Karen Loth, Vice President for University Development, and Matthew McLogan, Vice President for University Relations (Letter to the Editor, Dec.

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Letter to the editor

I wish to take advantage of the invitation in Lizzy Balboa’s column in Monday’s LANTHORN and respond to the discussion regarding naming rights of large donors to GVSU and the role of free speech and critical thinking in the GVSU community.

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Letter to the editor

The editorial in the December 5 Lanthorn (“No More Billboards”) is a kick in the teeth to generations of donors who built Grand Valley State University. Instead, the Lanthorn, on behalf of our students, should thank donors for their commitments that make student success possible. That the Lanthorn is ignorant of this reality is astonishing, embarrassing, and deeply disappointing.

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A response to 'Celebrating a legacy'

This is to clarify, not to retract, anything that I was quoted saying in the referenced article (‘Legacy,’ published Oct. 31). The clarification has two purposes: the first, is to affirm my belief in the honesty and dedication of each employee working for GVSU in any capacity. I have witnessed their hard work with diligence and dedication. Their services and efforts are indeed appreciated.

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