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Western Carolinian letters to the editor by G. Lance Morris and Barbara Rosenthal, page 2

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  • Letters to the editor written by G. Lance Morris and Barbara Rosenthal in the Western Carolinian titled "Mini Bureaucrats" (continued) and "Put Your Money Where Your Preference Is."
  • LETTERS Continued from page 5 on campus. The sole purpose of the article was to promote this group that was just starting up. Lavender Bridges as an organization has not been recognized by S.G.A. or the administration of Western Carolina. So if it is still in the beginning stages how can we be one of the last campuses to have such an organization? I am still eagerly anticipating the appointment of thier (sic) faculty adviser which they are supposedly looking for. What professor would stoop low enough to support and beassociatedwitha group that is not only morally wrong but is in fact illegal? I charge that the students at Western are not only ashamed of such a group on their campus but they are downright against it. Soto the members of Lavender Bridges if you are looking for support from the student body you will have to look elsewhere. Have you thought about Iceland? G. Lance Morris PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR PREFERENCE IS Dear Editor So the SGA will not fund Lavender Bridges because its members might engage in certain practices that are deemed illegal... Another inspired argument from our mini-bureaucrats! I think it is pretty obvious to most people, even to some serious homopho- bics, that this organization is being established not for the purpose of engaging in SGA sanctioned sodomy, but rather as a source of identity and as a support group for a deeply misunderstood and often maligned minority. But if the SGA wants to get nit- picky about legalities- what about the funding of some other campus activities? For example: SGA funds WWCU. This by itself (if you ignore the issue of government controlled media) is perfectly legitimate. However, on Sunday mornings, for some three very trying hours, the entire Cullowhee community is treated to "His Music." Apparently, the possessive pronoun refers to the ecclesiastical "him" — whether they mean G-d, Jesus Christ, or perhaps the entire trinity is a question better fit for the Council of Nicaea! 'His Music' features contemporary Christian music from both syndicated shows and taped selections played by a live and zealous D.J. This D.J.is presumably a student, but he gets to play preacher every Sunday morning! Wow! He seems really serious about this, as he takes 15 to 20 minutes between each record to lay a little envangelism on the listening audience. So the SGA is taking my tuition money to sponsor evangelism and take up airwave time with their particular preference of spiritual enlightenment. Could this perhaps be unconstitutional(remember the US Constitution?). SGA has had a notorious problem understanding the concept of the freedom of the press. It seems now their having the same problem with separation of Church and State. Or maybe WWCU could play a variety of spiritually helpfu I music — cantor music , druid hymns, hare krishna chants, even a little Bob Marley. Or better still- why doesn't the SGA give Lavender Bridges its funding and perhaps everyone in Cullowhee can live their lives in the manner they prefer. Sincerely, Barbara Rosenthal
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