Bucknell Magazine welcomes letters to the editor addressing topics covered in the magazine. Although criticism of the University and its policies is acceptable, no letters containing potentially libelous statements or personal attacks will be printed.
The editors reserve the final decision to publish and edit any letter — there is no guarantee that all letters received will be published.
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