If you attend Washington State University, or University of Arizona, you probably know who Megan Coghlan is.
She wrote the following article about WSU and Pullman:
Over the weekend she was harassed by countless upset WSU students, Alum, and residents of Pullman. She then proceeded to write a follow-up with this article:
Personally, I am also upset with what was written, and how far everything got out of hand.
but the following article written by WSU Communications student, Tesia Lingenfelter, expresses how I feel more eloquently than I could:
After reading both of the articles you have published, on behalf of all of the decent Cougs out there, I am sorry for all of the hateful remarks made towards you. All of the cyberbullying, phone calls, and derogatory terms used against you were completely uncalled for, and do not represent the majority of our student body, nor our fan base.
However, it is deeply upsetting that in both articles, you still are unaware of the differences between the opinions of a journalist/writer for a sports publication and the opinions of a fan who doesn’t understand how to conduct themselves in a socially acceptable manner…”