April 18, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

The following four letters are written by Southern Maine Community College students

The following four letters are written by Southern Maine Community College students who are in Rosemarie De Angelis’s advanced writing class for non-native English speakers. More...

Student extends invitation to event

To the editor:   I came from Russia three years ago to get an American education. I was so excited to come here.   More...

Invest in self and follow dreams

To the editor:   When we say dreams to most people, what comes in their minds are the dreams people have when they are sleeping. These dreams I speak about are the ones that people have when they are awake.  More...

Follow the money

To the editor:   Obfuscate – verb: render obscure, unclear or unintelligible  Synonyms: obscure, confuse, make unclear, blur, muddle, complicate, overcomplicate, muddy, cloud, befog.  Last week’s letter from Mark Usinger wa More...

Cell phones are a disturbance in class

To the editor:   It seems like everyone has a cell phone. At first, I wondered why cell phones were so popular among children. Even in school, students have their phones and they text or play games. More...

Dress code is important in all areas of life

To the editor:   Are you a parent? Is the way your children dress affecting the way people look at them? Do not be surprised that most families are now becoming more strict as to how their children dress. More...

Take a look at history and city’s decisions

To the editor:   As a South Portland resident of nearly 30 years, I’m very concerned about what proposal the South Portland Waterfront Draft Ordinance Committee may be coming up with. More...

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