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Letter: Times change, and so should fight song
First Published Apr 14 2014 05:58 pm • Last Updated Apr 15 2014 11:19 am

I will start my letter as Phillip M. Quinones started his, as a University of Utah alum and fan. Yes, I am a U. of U. alum, fan and a woman. I am not a man. If the university is one of the most inclusive and welcoming groups in Utah, then changing man to fan would be taken seriously, as would the phrase, "the fairest in all the land." Regardless of the authors’ intent, times are changing. Inclusive means being inclusive.

Anne Freed

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