Letters to the Editor for Nov. 4
Today, the day after voters all across American voted on their governors, senators, referendums, initiatives and propositions, we get to sit back and view the results.
Last Thursday I attended what Eagle Entertainment referred to as “Fright Night” at 8 p.m. in the PUB MPR. Knowing this, I decided to show up around 8:15 p.m. thinking that by then some students may have already gotten things started.
As I am a student trying to get into graduate school, I was forced to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) last Saturday. Not only did the test, which I had to take up by Country Homes Boulevard in northern Spokane, consume the entirety of my day, but as I was taking the test, I began to sense that something was very wrong with my exam.
During the weekend, my friends and I happened to pass a group of sign-wielding protestors standing outside a downtown Spokane church. Looking at the signs from a distance, the only thing that I could make out was the word “Reject” written in large red lettering.