Hate crime upsets student

By Joseph L. Mackie Freshman
February 27, 2003

This letter is to show my formal outrage at your coverage of the events that took place in the Residence Halls on February 7, 2003. It is a complete and utter travesty that a hate crime took place in Xavier Hall and you thought it so unimportant that you could not afford the paper or ink to give the event the proper media attention it deserved. By barely addressing the event in what could be the equivalent of a grammar school paragraph simply compromised the journalistic integrity of the entire staff. As writers it is your duty to bring injustices and corrupt acts to the forefronts and challenge the powers that be to do something about it, or maybe you forgot that aspect of your job.

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