Letter from the editor

The Gonzaga Bulletin recently published a letter to the editor titled “Students' behavior is nothing in comparison to that of the Mormon Church.” After further consideration the Bulletin has decided to remove the letter from our website.

Recently, we have seen an increase in letter to the editor submissions, and it should be noted that letters to the editor are the opinions of our readers and not of our staff or the university. The Bulletin has a policy to publish letters to the editor on the grounds of free speech, however we also do not publish letters that are unnecessarily harmful or profane. In the future, the Bulletin will not publish letters that do not fit these requirements.

The purpose of a letter to the editor is to start a dialogue and allow for the exploration off all sides of an argument.

For more information on the Bulletin’s policy or how to submit a letter, please follow this link: http://www.gonzagabulletin.com/site/letter_policy.html

Eden Laase is the editor-in-chief. Contact her on Twitter: @eden_laase, or email her at elaase@zagmail.gonzaga.edu

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