Laying Blame, Delaying IntegrationThis opinion article addresses allegations of racism directed at the Greek system and the University Judiciary Committee, particularly the predominance of white students at fraternity parties. The writer asserts that ethnic integration must be achieved by individuals' choice, not by a large-scale administrative response. Further, he maintains that issues with UVA's judiciary system have been too readily attributed to racial discrimination.
|Tags||administrative response, Greek life, race, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, College discipline, Universities and colleges--Complaints against|
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