It bravely addresses the disparity between Duke's lofty ideals and the day-to-day reality . . . It's an excellent place for a discussion to begin . . . We hope the ensuing discussion on these recommendations will be as bold as the report itself.Does the CCI have any critics? Not according to the H-S. In an 18-paragraph editorial, it mentions none. Not the skewed membership, or the peculiarities of the Group of 88 Enrollment Initiative, or the decision to ignore the negative aspects of campus culture (such as the faculty's rush to judgment) to which CCI members contributed.
This decision, of course, is unsurprising. Like the potbangers and the Group of 88 (except for Arlie Petters), the H-S editorial page acts as if it is intellectually frozen in time on or about April 6, unable or unwilling to process anything that occurred after that date. The rest of the world, however, has moved on.