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California State University, Dominguez Hills
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Created: September 6, 2002
Latest Update: March 30a, 2005

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Week of March 27, 2005

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    Sarah Hendrickson wrote on Wednesday, March 29th:
    On the yahoo discussion group

    i just wanted to comment on the yahoo discusiion group. i am participating in this as part of creative measures but for some reason and no offense to ANYONE else who particpiates--i think there is to much religion talk going on. i understand that the california students are studying some kind of religion course but new topics need to be started. if anyone has new ideas they would like to talk about please do so.

    sarah -- the csudh students are taking a class on religion. but, you are welcome to add new topics.

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    From CRMJ/SOCA 352: Law & Social Change

    On Monday, March 28, 2005, Brynn Kerr wrote:
    On Friday's Class Discussion on Latino Americans

    I just have to say that I thought Friday was one of the most interesting classes I've every been in. I was very stuck in my ways about how I thought that Latino\Latina American must learn to speak English. Some of the comments said in class really made me step back and take a look at the way I thought. Just FYI

    brynn -- neat! thanks for sharing this with me. that's what this class is all about -- to get you to think.

    On Tuesday, March 29, 2005, Lindsay Weinstein wrote:
    On the English language

    nglish is clearly the dominant language spoken in the United States and as you said, the 2nd most spoken language in the world next to Chinese. I feel though, that making English the "official" language of the United States would be undemocratic and go against our founding fathers' view to support diversity in this country. Our country has so many different ethnicities and cultures that it would be wrong to create an official language. I don't think people should have to give up their native languages although I do see an importance in learning to speak English as well, as a means to be able to communicate in this country.

    lindsay -- it seems that your stance begins with multiculturalism but ends with everyone needing to speak English. what is your stance?

    On Wednesday, March 30th, Ann Drechsler wrote:
    On school uniforms

    Just wanted to add to the topic of dress code in schools. I went to privite school for grade school and high school. We always found a way around the dress code and ways to have our own unique style. A cartoon up in my high school's office had a picture of three teenages who said basically they didn't want to wear uniforms because they couldn't be individuals but they were standing there dressed all the same clothing anyways.

    ann -- what is your stance on school uniforms? does it make a difference or not?



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    From CRMJ 385 : Media, Crime, Criminal Justice

    Sarah Hendrickson wrote on Wednesday, March 30th:
    On sex offenders

    i was interesting in the sex offender website discussed in the media class and thought i would pass on the website since nobody could remember it. sexoffender.com and specifically for wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Corrections Sex Offender Registry.

    sarah -- thank you.

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