Talk:Eastern Connecticut State University
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I had been meaning to do it for a long time, but I finally got around to it tonight. I've made a major re-write of this article, from a mere lists of facts copied from the Eastern website to a coherent article. I've got most of the major section, except history, since I only know a few things about it. I invite someone who knows more to write that section. Also, anything else people can see to add is also welcomed. May the new era of this article begin now...--Dymero 08:05, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
- I'll try to get on the history part, I've been spending way too much time in the stacks for class so I'll see what I can try and find out. With that being said, should it be put into the same article or put as the History of Willimantic State College? 147AM (talk) 21:32, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
- There is no Willimantic State College for one, lol. And, I think it should exist in this same article, as I don't think any history of ECSU would be detailed enough to warrant its own article. None of the articles on the other state universities have separate articles on history. --Dymero (talk) 03:08, 2 January 2008 (UTC)
Carter Link to Senator
I'm a little wary of using an opinion article as a reference for the linking of Senator Gaffey and Chancellor Carter. According to WP:Verifiability's Questionable Sources section, sources that use personal opinions should not be used.
As for the section itself, his only involvement in it appears to be a flimsily related sale of Final Four tickets to Gaffey, that may or may not have prompted Gaffey to fight for the money for the CSU. The time of the sale was a little less than two years before he became Chancellor, while he was still President.
I'm all for including it if there's actually any evidence that Carter influenced Gaffey improperly, but I think we'd need a stronger source to back it up.
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