The Daily D

Today the Daily D ran an article that misrepresented my position on dorm deliveries. The article states, “Even so, he said that the Review would not conduct any more door-to-door operations.” I never said anything that resembles this. The reporter asked me if I was not going to run another issue until a decision has been reached, to which I responded, “No.” He then asked how we were going to deliver the issues, and I said that I had not decided.

The article states that I believe “the new restrictions are not being perceived as an attack on the Review.” This is not what I was asked. The reporter asked me if I thought the administration was trying to limit the visibility of the Review.

The reporter appears to have attempted to draw conclusions from what I said to him, rather than report what I said. Note how often he tried to paraphrase me, rather than simply quoting me.