Talk:Pi Sigma Alpha
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From Wikipedia's own policy:
Disagreements over whether something is approached neutrally can usually be avoided through the practice of good and unbiased research, based upon the best and most reputable authoritative sources available.
From my reading of Wikipedia's policy, it appears that a conflict of interest may only be present if the entry relates subjective, interpretive or other material that extrapolates from basic and independently verifiable simple facts. This particular entry in its current form states nothing but simple,independently verifiable facts.
Furthermore, I (an intern at PSA's office) edited a pre-existing entry to correct and clean up factual issues about the history, organization and purpose of the society. I feel this is the most logical means of providing accurate information to the public about the society.
Thank you, and I hope this neutrality issue gets rectified shortly.