Editor’s notice: the subsequent Lariat Letters have been both of those written in reaction to very last week’s article with regards to Baylor’s denial of health treatment dependency status to similar-intercourse spouses of workforce.
Why is a Christian college sustaining regular orthodox Christian values considered informationdeserving???? That is to be predicted – not breaking information! A CTA indicating “Opposite Sex Only”… really? If you want to make a comment on it, put it in viewpoints, this is not news. This variety of slanted reporting is unacceptable. You get what you pay back for, and if you do not want to attend a Baptist college with Baptist views, then go to college someplace else.
Make sure you convey to Ms. Cousins this is some of the most effective university student journalism I have noticed in the 25 many years I have been reading through the Lariat. It is ironic due to the fact I am not specially energized that this story was penned because of the firestorm it will most likely trigger in a time when we (Baylor) are truly obtaining some very good push nationally. But I am also reminded that journalism at its finest brings comfort to the troubled and afflicts the comfy. The tale offers incredible context to the concern and can make clear there are tough queries that a highly effective institution would desire to dismiss. Simply just excellent.
Class of 1998