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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, September 08, 1989, Image 7

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tend a oft he jean's Lilt ural ration, nd are ence. !about othel\6. Jursclt l thrive ~upport port ant free to make a . you. • VIEWPOINTS What do you feel will be an ~important issue on campus this year? ' . The fact that Cortland will be a dry c.tmpus neXt semester. I think · it wilbeally affect enroliment in the college. I~m worried about the safety of the campus at night. There's not enough lighting and I don't really feel safe about walking alone. SEVEN/The Press/Friday. Se tember 8, 1989 THE PRESS OPINIONS A vote is a terrible thing to waste By Todd Warren CCSA President Soon our college will be undertaking a program of immense importance to llS and Ollr country, and yoll are a vital part of it. The program is one on which we will strive to insure that every stu- dent of our college is registered to V()te and actually casts his or her vote in this years election. Just as we take individ- ual respon-sibility for participating in our system of government. Project Vote '89 is asking for your sup- port and help to make this year the largest voter participation drive in Cortland State history. The first Proj- ect Vote '89 meeting will be held ·on Mon. Sept. 11, at 5:30 in the CCSA Conference Room (Corey Union). Press Editorial Policv a. The Press welcomes letters from read- ers. All letters to the editor submitted for publication must be typewritten, double spaced and received at The Press office, Room 111, Corey Union, no later than 3 p.m. on the Monday before Friday's publication. All letters must contain the writers name, class year, major, and phone number for clarification. Letters longer than 300 words will be edited by The Press in such a way as to preserve brevity, without altering the syntax of the letter. All letters will be rlln verbatim. Letters too long for editing or those in question will be returned to the writer for clarification and/or shortening. Letters must be devoid of personal at- tacksortheywillnotbepublished. Anony- mous letters will not be accepted. reserves the right to accept or reject any letters re- ceived, and all' letters become the prop- erty of The Press. ~

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