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What We Meant To Say


The Crimson's staff editorial on the Confederate flag/swastika controversy was inadvertently run in unamended form. Its fourth and fifth paragraphs should have said this:

The University has respected these students' rights to display these symbols, and rightly so. However, the administration has justly demonstrated its disapproval and censure of these acts. At a junior parents' weekend panel last Friday, Assistant Dean for Minority Affairs Hilda Hernandez-Gravelle clearly and emphatically told parents and students that the University does not approve of these symbols and acknowledges their negative, hurtful impact on the community.

We encourage Dean of Students Archie C. Epps III to write a letter to the community making the Administration's responsible stand even more clear. Let no one doubt that the University administration and the majority of this community find these symbols of hatred reprehensible.

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