When you attended HU, were your essays one long run-on paragraph?I have not red all of the complaints in the letter but, the "Right to Bear Arms" is BOGUS! Let's be serious, do we really need to encourage potential gun violence on the HU campus? As for the internal issues, I can agree, HU has the same bureaucratic isssues as most HBCUs. And it appears that the issue isn't really a misappropriation of funds (ppl should be careful about tossing that term around) but a lack of availability for funds when "wanted" not "needed." For the alum who are reporting that HU had the same issues with dorms, cafe, and other facilities when you were there, how much have you given back to HU? Have you contributed to the fund to build a new cafe; did you even know there were getting a new cafe? I am not defending the admins failure to respond but really, unless things have changed since I was there, we were never led to believe that HU was a democracy. And, if there really is a grievance process of which these student leaders are or should be aware, they need to follow it if they expect any hint of response from the administration. The moral of the story is...every time you point of a finger there are 3 more pointing back at you...so, what have you done to make a difference?
What kind of grades did you make in English?