Yearbook Execs Forced to Resign

President, Business Manager Dismissed

A Crimson business editor said yesterday that Shapiro once misled the Crimson when she was on the staff, claiming that she did not work for the Yearbook when she in fact did.

The editor also said that Chang was unable to fulfill her duties as a circulation manager at the Crimson because she took a year off.

When asked whether the Yearbook considers the track records of its officials at its March elections, McElroy said: "We are concerned with the integrity of the individuals, as an organization."

McElroy said she could not comment on theprocess by which the Yearbook elected Chang asbusiness manager.

All other members of the Yearbook's ExecutiveBoard refused to discuss the allegations.

"I think it's been made clear that no one onthe staff is going to talk about this," MeredithJ. Wolf '95 last year's co-editor-in-chief, saidyesterday.


Meredith Winikoff '94, the formerco-editor-in-chief, also declined to comment,stating only "anything done by the staff and theschool is appropriate."

Winikoff said she could not speak for theYearbook about the affair, which she called"ongoing".

"I have decided to distance myself from thismatter," Winikoff said. "I'll let the staff handleit."

It is not clear who leads the Yearbook withoutShapiro as president and Chang as businessmanager.

Morris and MeElroy said they speak for theorganization.

The Yearbook annualy produces the ClassYearbook and the Freshman Register