NAD House is Open to Students of all Backgrounds

by Mary Liscinsky | 11/8/99 6:00am

To the Editor:

I am writing to address one aspect of Dan Galemba's editorial which appeared on Friday, November 5. Dan refers to the Native American House and reflects that the NAH doesn't "ordinarily house people with different ethnic backgrounds." All of our academic affinity programs, such as the NAH are open to people of all ethnic backgrounds. The prerequisite for living in one of these programs is simply to have a demonstrated commitment to that specific academic area. Our affinity houses are often some of the most racially and ethnically diverse places on campus.

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