Correction: Kathleen Lau, a spring 2015 VCU alumna, reached out to the CT on Oct. 19 to clarify that the email sent to the editor from an account by the name “Kathleen Lau” on Oct. 16 is not her, does not represent her opinion and that she does not know who sent the following letter to the editor from that account.
I don’t know what you usually do at the paper, but I was under the impression it was your job to be journalists, not to repeatedly insult our sorority for the “crime” of raising money for sick children, something we do every year, and have done successfully every year.
We don’t do it for recognition, we do it for the kids, but imagine my shock when I see an article from your website on my Facebook feed insulting the work we do in an outright condescending and unprofessional tone, before going on a rant about a barely related topic. Oh, and you didn’t put your name on it. Classy.
You don’t like the way we raise money for kids. Well we can’t all be drug dealers, eh Sarah?
Jail or Bail? We did that for sick kids. Raising a stink until your fired or quit? We’ll do that for our own pleasure.