Letter to the Editor: Ban Rodin

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    I saw students demonstrating on the news on TV. They were saying they pay their tithing and have part-ownership in BYU and have a “right’ to see the nude statues. I was wondering if these were really college students. A “right” to see nude statues? Give m e a break. I am pleased that we have intelligent people on the Board of Trustee’s and the BYU Administration who can make decisions like the one to ban the nude statues. BYU has always been a “class” school. Those demonstrators should certainly didn’t loo k like the type of students I remember at the Y. I applaud the Administration. A BYU Alumnus.

    Terry E. Childs

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