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I guess I shoild be happy they didn't call it the Order of Satan
Ann Arbor [Michigan] News ^
| February 12, 2007
| Unsigned Editorial
Posted on 02/13/2007 5:00:08 AM PST by ellen_rometsch
Secret U-M society did well to change
Secrecy's out, diversity's in.
More than 100 years after Michigamua was born, the secret honor society at the University of Michigan has changed its name and, more importantly, its mission. Now called The Order of the Angell - a reference to James Angell, U[niversity of]-M[ichigan]'s president from 1871 to 1909 and a Michigamua founder - the group hopes to overcome its controversial past.
Michigamua came under fire for its use of rituals and artifacts that critics said mocked Native American culture. For much of its past the senior society admitted only males, primarily white. Criticism of its practices escalated in 2000, when student protesters held a sit-in at Michigamua's meeting room in the Michigan Union tower.
(Excerpt) Read more at mlive.com ...
TOPICS: Culture/Society; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; US: Michigan
KEYWORDS: diversity; indians; whitemales
University of Michigan's definition of diversity: people of different races, creeds and colors united in their hatred of America and the American way of life.
"I guess I shoild be happy"
posted on 02/13/2007 5:02:44 AM PST
by Rb ver. 2.0
(A Muslim soldier can never be loyal to a non-Muslim commander.)
To: ellen_rometsch; MikefromOhio
posted on 02/13/2007 5:12:46 AM PST
by E Rocc
(Myspace "Freepers" group moderator)
How wonderful for the "diverse"; something else they can debase.
The group should have called themselves the Brotherhood of Jihad and the PC crowd would have left them alone.
posted on 02/13/2007 5:56:56 AM PST
by The Great RJ
("Mir we bleiwen wat mir sin" or "We want to remain what we are." ..Luxembourg motto)
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