NEITHER the Board of Visitors' proposed summer program to help out disadvantaged students nor the current policy for affirmative action is sufficient to ensure a diverse, knowledgeable student body and a fair application process. The new program would bring disadvantaged students to the University for two weeks every summer, beginning with eighth grade.
A FOCUSED look at The Cavalier Daily's sports section is overdue. Part of the delay is that so much of what the sports editors and writers produce is so good that I often find it difficult to make any remarks other than -- good job!
CAMPAIGN finance once again is on the front burner of the American political consciousness. On Tuesday the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a campaign finance case stemming from Missouri's state contribution limits.
THERE are a few times in college when 58 percent is considered a great success. Organic Chemistry exams aside, there aren't many areas where this level of achievement is worthy of praise. At Division I schools, however, officials are celebrating a 58 percent graduation rate for student athletes.