Letters

Letter to the Editor: “At least we’re better than Trump” isn’t going to cut it anymore

Letter to the Editor by Laurel Collins. Collins is the Member of Parliament for Victoria. President Biden extended the student loan payment freeze on his first day in office. Since…
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Letter from the Editor: The Martlet’s 2020, and goals for 2021

But it's not just the Christmas parties that I'm nostalgic for. Countless campus events have been forced to cancel this year, and our staff has agreed that 2020 felt incredibly…

Letter to the Editor: So you haven’t paid a parking ticket from on campus? UVic might not give you your diploma at graduation

For years my Masters diploma has been held hostage by UVic. The crime? An unpaid parking ticket. I studied tirelessly, balancing work and sometimes social life. A familiar story for…

Letter to the Editor: Concerns regarding Cedar Hill Rec usage

This is a letter to the editor. The Martlet has an open letters policy and will endeavour to print every letter received from members of the universitycommunity, with priority to…

Letter from the Editor: Black lives, and Black stories, matter

How we are building a newsroom against racism I’m not going to waste a second of your time with a series of platitudes about how the Martlet is against racism.…

Letter from the (outgoing) Editor

As Volume 72 comes to a close, the Martlet's outgoing Editor-in-Chief takes a moment to reflect on the last four years, share a message of gratitude, and say goodbye.

LETTER | The UVSS: Run by (some) students, for (some) students

"The UVSS claims to be an inclusive organization and has made it known in numerous instances that it values inclusivity and diversity. However, as seen from the meeting on April…

LETTER | Dear international students at UVic

We know these are strange times, and that there is a great deal of uncertainty. We know that a lot of you are concerned about what is happening, and how…

LETTERS | Re: “Concerns that candidate Justin Lo not the representative international students deserve”

"I was disappointed to see a letter in this publication attacking his character. Not his platform, not his policies, but his character. While I understand that student elections are often…