[Vision2020] An unpleasant subject
melyndahuskey at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 10 12:51:14 PDT 2005
As anyone with university experience will understand, I won't comment in any way on Ed Swann's situation or the news reporting on it; FERPA protects all students from having information connected to their academic careers made public without permission.
I will say that I think it's irresponsible of you to suggest that he might be in any way involved in the vandalism to our car. There's absolutely no basis in fact for such a claim, and I think it's uncalled for.
From: "Kai Eiselein, LatahEagle Editor" <editor at lataheagle.com>
Sent: Oct 10, 2005 12:33 PM
To: vision2020 at moscow.com
Subject: [Vision2020] An unpleasant subject
Could this be a result of WSU's attempt to expell Ed Swan becuase of his
conservative beliefs, Melynda? There IS a bit of a battle going on in the
hallowed halls of "Diversity" and Swan has accused you of being
The smearing of dog feces is disgusting and childish (along with being out
and out vandalism, I hope you filed a police report.). So too, are the
actions of WSU in regards to Mr. Swan's beliefs. So much for "diversity".
For the rest of you, you can find FIRE's letter to WSU at
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