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Vol. 112, No. 9

Pronoun proficiency preferred

In response to: Off-campus eateries: Here today, chain tomorrow?

Posted on March19, 2012

Reference: the comment about Hoagie Haven in the in captionaccompanying the Feb. 8 Campus Notebook article on “Off-campus eateries” – anyone whose Hoagie Haven hanging-out precludedpronoun proficiencyshould surely have “his or her” degree revoked.

Dennis Grubbs ’63
Newmarket, N.H.

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