Letters to the Editor/Guest Commentaries

Letters to the Editor
Letters to the editor must be signed with name, date, address, e-mail and phone number. (Phone numbers, addresses and e-mails will not be given out or published; they are required so we can contact the writer and verify the letter.) Students should include major and year.

The Review reserves the right to refuse any letter and to edit letters for brevity, clarity, grammar and punctuation. Letters must be received, either in hard copy or by e-mail, no later than noon Friday to appear in the Review the following Monday. Letters are limited to 2,500 characters with spaces or fewer.

Guest Commentaries
Longer pieces may be submitted as guest commentary. Guest commentaries, unlike letters to the editor, must be approved by the opinion editor. (Approval is almost always granted.)

Guest commentaries must be signed with name, date, address, e-mail and phone number. (Phone numbers, addresses and e-mails will not be given out or published; they are required so we can contact the writer and verify the letter.) Students should include major and year.

The Review reserves the right to refuse any commentary. Commentaries must be received, either in hard copy or by e-mail, no later than noon Friday to appear in the Review the following Monday. Commentaries have no immediate limit on size.

Because guest commentaries require more space in the newspaper than letters to the editor, commentaries require copy editing by the Review. Commentaries will be edited Friday afternoon. It is then the responsibility of the writer to pick up the edited commentary (Renshaw 102B), make the corrections and re-submit the commentary electronically to the Review before noon Sunday.

Any questions can be directed to Jon Williams, opinion editor, at linfieldreviewopinion@gmail.com.

Comments or questions are welcome.

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