Dr. George R. Garrison, Chair
Date February 14, 1996
Subject My Apology to You
I want to express my sincerest apology for my loss of control and for using a public meeting to air my grievances. As it stood, I was quite perturbed over not being asked as the managing editor of KITABU, the IAAA/DPAS newsletter, to participate in the disscusion of any problems relative to KlTABU's contents or changes in its editorial policy before it was decided on and sent to the Provost.
I believe, furthermore, that I was compelled to blurt out my frustrations and personal observa- tions that something serious is rankling among your faculty and staff. These problems may also have been inadvertently communicated to undergraduates.
Whatever may be the case, I do respect your position as chair; therefore, for my intemperate display, I must apologize.
I should like to suggest, if you are willing, that we sit down and talk candidly and forthrightly about the situation and possible corrective moves at a mutually convenient time and day and place.
/s/ Edward W. Crosby
Edward W. Crosby