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Martha Karam | Thursday, October 8, 2009

Sean Mullen (Don’t ask, don’t tell,” Oct. 7), I am so glad to see that finally someone on this campus is willing to speak out honestly against homosexuality. This University has been far too accepting of those sinful sodomites for too long. Even allowing homosexual men and women to visit campus is an abomination to Catholic morality. What is next, allowing immigrants to teach here? Allowing students who have been ticketed for drinking, petty theft or jaywalking to register for classes?

The admissions process needs a reform. The University should only accept Catholic students and there should be a questionnaire to inform the University of how many sexual partners a prospective student has had, how many illegal drugs and alcoholic beverages the student has consumed and intended visits to Hip Hop Night once admitted. And most importantly, whether or not the student was born into this world by the grace of God as a homosexual – that one is the deal breaker. Vehemently,

Your Ally,

Martha Karam

sophomore

Welsh Family Hall

Oct. 7
 

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Letter to the Editor | Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sean Mullen (Don’t ask, don’t tell,” Oct. 7), I am so glad to see that finally someone on this campus is willing to speak out honestly against homosexuality. This University has been far too accepting of those sinful sodomites for too long. Even allowing homosexual men and women to visit campus is an abomination to Catholic morality. What is next, allowing immigrants to teach here? Allowing students who have been ticketed for drinking, petty theft or jaywalking to register for classes?

The admissions process needs a reform. The University should only accept Catholic students and there should be a questionnaire to inform the University of how many sexual partners a prospective student has had, how many illegal drugs and alcoholic beverages the student has consumed and intended visits to Hip Hop Night once admitted. And most importantly, whether or not the student was born into this world by the grace of God as a homosexual – that one is the deal breaker. Vehemently,

Your Ally.

Martha Karam

sophomore

Welsh Family Hall

Oct. 7