A lesson in hypocrisy
EDITOR: Since it was not April 1, I will assume that Thursday's front-page story about the Sonoma State University ethics center is not a joke ("Some topics too close to home for SSU ethics center") and that the comments attributed to its director actually reflect the philosophy with which the center is being run.
If I have it right, corporate support of the center will immunize the donor from uncomfortable questions about its business conduct. Although the center currently appears willing to take on the "thorny issue" of immigration limits, will a $12,000 donation from Racists Against People Who Don't Look Like Us also take this issue off the table?
I am not sure what students can learn from the center, but the rest of us are getting a great lesson in hypocrisy.
Time to go
EDITOR: Lance Armstrong should just ride his bike into the sunset. Bye-bye.