Not can we, but should we?

A couple of weeks ago Tatyana Liskovich (Disclosure: Liskovich is Editor-in-Chief of Aporia, the Dartmouth Philosophy Journal, a publication for which I edit) wrote to the Dartmouth Independent. In the letter she claims all the hubbub over whether the 1891 agreement was contractual or not is misplaced. People shouldn’t be debating whether the board can overturn the agreement, but whether they should.

It is an excellent letter to the editor, and one that inexcusably escaped my notice earlier this Fall. Please read it.

For Tatyana Liskovich’s letter go here.