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« suharper wrote on Wednesday, Nov 19 at 06:26 PM »
Plainsman.com staff, I think someone needs to check their spelling. I.e., "Throughout the game, the band is constantly preforming, even off the field." LOL As a former proud AU band member from '70-'72, I must honestly state that I don't ever remember "preforming" at any time. Great article though. Brings back lots of wonderful memories.
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« ceciladkins wrote on Tuesday, Nov 11 at 08:19 AM »
Troy Best, it's your fault I got an A. Now, stop using that stupid line because someone HAS now told you that. BTW, a 3.3? You should be ashamed. Go learn something from the GTA with the 5.0....come on, students aren't robots, you should know that.
« tiger13 wrote on Wednesday, Nov 05 at 08:47 PM »
The costume was offensive to white and black people alike. I saw the guy out last wednesday night. the article also doesn't say that it was an African American student who wore it. This article could skew it to be just another typical example of the racist south if you don't include the guy's race.
« power101 wrote on Wednesday, Nov 05 at 07:45 PM »
If you feel some type of way about that "phrase" then you miss the point of the article in the first place.
« eag0012 wrote on Wednesday, Nov 05 at 06:54 AM »
As a redhead, you might want to reconsider your choice of words. As this is an article about acceptance and tolerance, using the phrase "the red-headed stepchild" to compare to does not drive your point when you are simply criticizing another group based on their physical characteristics.
« dwag3 wrote on Monday, Nov 03 at 08:52 PM »
Does anyone proofread these things?
« PopChips wrote on Monday, Nov 03 at 12:56 AM »
These two folks are an embarrassment to the University but it's typical that the SGA would excuse their conduct. Good to know the SGA excuses unethical behavior.
« PopChips wrote on Monday, Nov 03 at 12:53 AM »
Great to see someone essentially approve of this act. If the students didn't want to be mentioned in an editorial then they should have used their brains and not committed such an act of stupidity. They deserved all the negative attention they received.
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