Hats off to Mr. Brendan Keeler for his chilling expose of the glaring inadequacies that plague North Dining Hall (“Cloudy with a chance of meatballs,” Feb. 12). Most pressing to both me and the majority of the University is the unnecessary and punitive segregation of spoons from the general utensil population.
Mr. Keeler argues that “this sort of segregation is something we cannot stand for at the University,” and I applaud his crystal clear understanding of justice. Legal precedent exists for his flawless argument. Must I remind North Dining Hall that separate but equal is inherently unequal, as determined unanimously by the Warren Court? The spoon is a majestic utensil, unparalleled in its ability to deliver satisfaction during the consumption of steamed vegetables and cereal alike. Give those fine utensils the location and respect they deserve.