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Sarah Baldwin, Editor-in-Chief
The Bucknellian
Bucknell University, Box C1253
Lewisburg PA 17837


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This is just a heads up from an old man who remembers when Americans did not need government permission to fly commercial aircraft across state lines. I came across a youtube video titled TSA’s Deadiest Director. Students flying to Florida this winter may want to avoid this TSA controlled airport. The J.J. Journals video, in 9 minutes, presents compelling evidence that this TSA controlled airport is unsafe. Not interested? I apologize for any inconvenience this e-mail causes you. Bill

To Whom It May Concern,

While I was very pleased to see that Gabby Douglas had made the front cover of the Bucknellian (big deal for Bucknell!), I was a bit concerned and disheartened to see that the host of the evening and chair of the Lectureship Committee, who brought Gabby Douglas to campus, was not even mentioned. You put her picture on the cover and all of her insightful questions (which required hours of preparation, may I add) in the article, but did not mention Lauren Treene’s name once. As Bucknell has a strict policy against plagerism and reinforces efforts to make sure students always give credit where it is due, I must say, I was a bit apalled.

Best,
A Student who very much enjoyed the host’s witty comments

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