Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Letters to the Editor

Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Letters to the Editor

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Providing a 'Helpful' Tool

Dear Editor:

I just wanted to tell you that I enjoy your publication very much and find it very useful. Although I am no longer in the education side of government, the magazine continues to be helpful and I refer to its articles often. The Web site is also very helpful. After I left the Department of Education, I thought I could do without a subscription. I soon missed the magazine and resubscribed.

It would be great to see the magazine expanded to cover other minority and disadvantaged groups more - and expand beyond education. You deserve a wider readership. Keep up the good work.


Senior Policy Advisor

Office of Civil Rights

U.S. Department of Transportation

'Greek Issues Should Be Left to the Greeks'

Dear Editor:

I have been reading your journal with interest for the last two years or so. Living in Billings, Montana, it is important for me to stay tuned with issues surrounding Black higher education. I wrote in once before on "Greek" matters. However, the same type of Greek articles keep appearing in your publication. Therefore, I feel compelled to write in again.

During the last several months, your publication has published two articles that address alleged hazing matters in historically African American fraternities. …

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