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Editor’s Note: This is a letter to the editor that has been submitted by a member of the Rice community. The views expressed in this opinion are those of the author and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of the Thresher or its editorial board. All letters to the editor are fact-checked and edited for clarity and conciseness by Thresher editors.
Every so often, Dean Hutch drops in on Student Association Senator dinners to answer questions and give input on student initiatives. On Feb. 21, much of our discussion was on accessibility. Hutch rattled off a list of occasions in which he had personally taken care of students’ emergency financial needs and gave an inspiring speech about the value of our Rice education. Then I asked him one question that snagged on a thread in the discussion, and the whole idea of accessibility at Rice began to unravel.