In response to the Associated Press story ("Texas president to meet with students on athletes' demands," The Daily News, June 16): To even consider a small segment of the enrollment would be allowed to impose their will on the majority, dictate policy and make demands of or to the storied University of Texas is ludicrous.
The greater majority of these individuals making demands accepted a scholarship and chose to attend UT knowing its rich history and traditions.
My advice to the esteemed interim President Jay Hartzell would be to tell these students if they no longer feel comfortable at the university to relinquish their scholarship and transfer to one more suited to their lifestyle and that the University of Texas will never be held hostage.
Hook 'em, Horns.
Ira J. Danner