Letter to the editor: Outlook for students more grim than column conveyed
I read Santiago Lopez’s column, "Students don’t seem essential to UH," (Opinion, Jan. 31) and have been dealing with a situation that is an even more serious example of what he expressed: how unessential students are to UH.
I have been protesting this matter for three months. I feel very certain I have just hit a serious nerve in the last week or so because there has been a serious outbreak of malfeasance on the second floor of the Ezekiel W. Cullen Building. Obviously, three months is a large chunk of time to try to cover in one letter, but I have sent plenty of e-mails and still haven’t received a helpful response.
After reading Lopez’s column, however, I realized that he is perhaps someone who wants to know the truth and why this matter is being handled in such an unethical manner. I truly hope that I can get to the bottom of this, because I am outnumbered against people who know they are wrong. It appears when these individuals have done wrong, they morph into administrative ninjas and act as though denying, deflecting or just outright lying are skills to master.
Donelle Wright Anthropology junior