Letters to the Editor

The Montanan welcomes letters to the editor. Please sign and include your graduating year or years of attendance, home address, and phone number or e-mail address. Send them to: Montanan Editor, 325 Brantly Hall, Missoula, MT 59812 or themontanan@umontana.edu. Because of space limitations, we are not able to include all letters sent to us. Letters may be edited for length or clarity. While universities are places of discussion where good people do not always agree, letters deemed potentially libelous or that malign a person or group will not be published. Opinions expressed in the Montanan do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Montana.

The Montanan would like to thank the following readers for recently donating to the magazine: Charles D. Branch, Douglas Grimm, Michael T. Heine, Richard Curdy, William Larson, Josh Clark, Steven Lobdell, Herman Lynn Reese, Ervin Davis, Alice Wright, Leslie Boothroyd, George McElhinney and Suzanne Repasky, Elaine Howard, Roger Arnston, Morris B. Peters, Tami Bishop Rhodes, George Cole, Karla Kaleva, Dr. Gerald Madler, William J. Ellison, Denae Frieling, Constance W. Baker, Ethel Byrnes, Robert W. Squires, Thomas J. Zakos, and Debra Pratum.

Diverse Education, Diverse Ideals

After reading the two letters to the editor in the winter 2014 Montanan, I had to respond. The cover of the fall 2013 Montanan and the related article [It’s a Jeep Thing] were fantastic. UM provides a diverse education to a diverse student body.

Names Transposed

I did notice a small flaw in the [winter 2014] About Alumni section. The names of Bob Holton and Steve Sanders were reversed on the photos.