Letters

Letters


Our readers write.

Expanding Horizons


Mark P. Becker This is a very exciting fall at Georgia State University. In August, we welcomed our largest and, we believe, best prepared freshman class in our history. And in September, we kicked off the inaugural season of Panther football, a history-making milestone for GSU and the Atlanta community. Another milestone this fall was…

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At Issue: The Iraq War


The recent departure of the last American combat units from Iraq marks an appropriate time to take stock: Was the war worthwhile? Has it made the U.S. more secure?

A Kickoff to History


For years, countless individuals on our campus and elsewhere have been working very hard to make Georgia State University football a reality. Coaches and a staff were hired. Contracts were signed. Players were recruited.

Enriching Communities, Impacting Lives


In my more than two years here, I have cherished little more than the many wonderful people I’ve met – alumni, students, faculty, staff, community supporters and other friends of GSU; they are people who are passionate about Georgia State University. At every turn, it seems, I meet yet another person with an amazing story…

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The Water War


When I was young, every winter was a race between supply and demand for water on my grandfather’s farm. From the fall freeze until the spring thaw, we lived on water in the cistern. The family practiced dry-land agriculture, without irrigation. Water was never taken for granted. James Bross Twenty-five years ago, the Army Corps…

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