Tuesday, April 19, 2016

The Waco Tribune-Herald: all the news that's printed to fit.

My colleague, Elizabeth Corey, was quoted in an April 9 story in the Waco Tribune Herald. Here's how the reporter presents it: 

In an Oct. 28 online article, Baylor Honors Program Director Elizabeth Corey wrote, “Christian schools should think long and hard . . . before they sign their souls over to the secular rule of diversity officers.”
Because that didn't quite sound like Elizabeth, I went back to the original piece to see what actual words are in place of the ellipses.  Here's what I found: "Christian schools should think long and hard about exactly what kind of diversity they wish to promote before they sign their souls over to the secular rule of diversity officers." (missing words in bold)

That changes things a bit, doesn't it? 

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