User talk:Vivio Testarossa

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Zillazmg1998 (talk) 23:00, 26 May 2016 (UTC)

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Gardner-Webb University page[edit]

Hello. For several years, there was a section in the Gardner-Webb University page about an athletics scandal that made national news. A few weeks ago, someone deleted it without explanation. I see that it was reinstated today, removed again, and then the page was locked. Now the article reads like it could have been written by the university's PR department. The scandal section could been better written, but the content was accurate. If anything, the person who removed it committed vandalism. I am hoping that, with some added citations, this section about an important part of GWU's history will be left in place. This is only one of many sources which can be easily located via a Google search: [1]

Comment[edit]

i wanted you to know that i did not mean any harm. i only wanted to see how other people feel about it.Zillazmg1998 (talk) 23:05, 26 May 2016 (UTC)


Comment[edit]

I apologize for breaking this - which I most assuredly am - but I just wanted to say hi and thanks. Hingleford (talk) 08:06, 16 July 2016 (UTC)