This morning we received the following PDF. The person who emailed it said . . .
You may want to republish this issue. You may want to note that it is noteworthy that 15 years ago the suggestion of a required diversity course was so outlandish as to get an exclamation mark after its mere mentioning from TGA’s editor in chief. Now, after the debacle that has been the DeGioia years, and ten years since the absence of a meaningful TGA as watchdog, it is a reality.
This issue is an important time capsule of a time before Georgetown University and its student culture succumbed to cry-bullies, race-mongers and carnalists.
It also shows TGA at it best in addressing the most sensitive issues on a university campus.
Feel free to download and pass it around.