This is my response to Jacob Ouellette’s article, “Where is my
For years people have fought for representation. It is
interesting that when people find this representation (in other
words the majority) they find room for complaints.
Minority groups on campus such as African-Americans, Latinos,
Native-American and Asian-American students among many others have
groups to represent them because there are very few of them on
Why does the majority, better yet, a race and gender who have
dominated the world feel the need to be represented when they
I also find it interesting that people refer to minorities when
the phrase “affirmative action” is mentioned. Little do many know
that it also defends the “non-religious, non-political Caucasian
males who do not have drug problems and find Greek Life
distasteful” and people with disabilities.
“We are all college students here; we go to the same classes, we
pay the same bills, we eat the same Ramen but at the end of the
day, the only thing that separates me from you” is your voice alone
heard louder than my support group!
Sophomore, open option seeking business