I noted with interest “Orange and Black ... and Red” (feature, July 10) about the “free speech ball” that landed on campus, courtesy of the Princeton chapter of Turning Point USA, a national group that promotes grassroots conservative activism. And I noted with particular interest one of the inscriptions on the ball, which read thusly: “White privelage [sic] doesn’t exist.” Now, I don’t mean to butt in, but as a former English major, I’d like to encouridge the author(s) of this inscription to take advantidge of the University’s rumedial speling program. There’s so much to learn!

H. Grant Thomas Jr. ’67
Austin, Texas