To whom it may concern, I’m writing in regards to the editorial piece “Viewpoint: Politically correct isn’t always right” that was published on Oct.13. Myself, and I know many of the other students here at Baylor, feel that this piece is extremely bigoted and prejudiced against the Islamic faith. Never
In the Oct. 14 column “Politically correct isn’t always right,” Jeffrey Swindoll argues that the “politically correct narrative” of Islam as a peaceful religion promoted by our “incompetent … public figures” is in fact wrong, that in reality the vast majority of Muslims approve of violence because they take the Quran literally.
Starting off, I will say that I am a non-Muslim, tolerance defender getting on my soapbox. However, replace the “pseudo-intellect” part with actual history.
There’s another exciting aspect of Saturday’s last-second win over TCU that not many people know about. Baylor took back posession of the College Football Belt.
I totally understand what it looks like from the outside: we were 8 point favorites, at home, in the middle of the season: It shouldn’t have been that exciting.
This year, Seattle, Wash., will recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus Day.
Campus safety. That is precisely what the campus concealed carry bill I authored is about.
I first want to thank and congratulate the Student Senate for making a common sense and practical decision to allow CHL holders to carry on Baylor’s campus.
I just wanted to take the time and comment on how pleased I am with Baylor and mostly the professors I have this semester.
I’m writing to express my concern regarding the roads on campus. I see them as dated and hard to navigate through.