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    Jarrett MasunagaMar 17, 2011 at 11:55 am

    You know, what if I were to go and tell President Mullen
    that I didn’t appreciate being treated by Diversity Affairs like
    someone different and with special needs because of my race, back
    in my freshman year? I have always thought about talking to an
    administrator about that.

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    StudentMar 17, 2011 at 1:42 am

    So the point of this is… what? A call to action, a call for students to stop complaining about issues and the administration? Most of the issues you have cited (housing aside) ARE being addressed by students on campus. Students are organizing rallies, writing letters, marching across campus, and speaking their minds. Sure, people will talk as well- but isn’t this exactly what you are doing? You say you “want to suggest an alternative way to address problems”- but you don’t actually do this. You say we need to step up, collaborate, and work to rectify problems. I would have more respect for this article if it were coming from a point of view of someone actively working for (and demonstrating) change, rather than a lofty critique of the same kind of fruitless discussion the author is demonstrating. I am out on campus, speaking my mind and activating change by leading by example… are you?

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