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Opinion

Dean's racist remarks damage diversity

DEAN OF African-American Affairs M. Rick Turner is out of control. His prejudiced stereotyping of white Americans last week has no place at the University. At a panel on diversity and affirmative action, Turner told the audience "White parents from the right believe their children have a God-given right to everything." ("Panel discusses views on race and admissions policies," The Cavalier Daily, Feb.


Opinion

A perfect fit

Well, here it is: my first, last and only time writing for The Cavalier Daily. It's frightening considering in the three years I've given to the paper, I've designed boxes, put in layouts, rolled flats, never once have I written, until now.


Opinion

Layin' the smack down

Every good beginning comes from some other beginning's end. Now that the bell has tolled on my collegiate journalism career, I stand out of breath, but wiser, knowing that when 160 people come together and try their best, great things can and will happen, even when no money changes hands.


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Short but sweet for certain

"And so it is this We too are left standing with the others We two are no more." -ETB Separation is a strange thing. Sometimes parting is premature.


Opinion

One for the road

The snow floated gently through the streetlight's yellow glow. I stood entranced as bits of white began to cling to my face, and at that moment a vaguely familiar elation overcame me.


Opinion

Or promoting respect for students?

AS I HAVE served as the Student Member on the Board of Visitors since last March, I can honestly say that I have spent close to a year pondering the issue of whether or not the student member should have a vote.


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