Regarding the Dec. 1 story “Protesters oppose corporate ownership”: Too often, we are seeing universities abandon tradition for modernity. The potential privatization of UNC-Chapel Hill’s 100-year-old campus bookstore is just one example of the problem. Let’s look at N.C. State University as an example. Beginning in 2014, renovations began on historic Reynolds Coliseum, and Harrelson Hall, the first cylindrical building on a college campus, is slated for demolition beginning later this year. It is crucial that we take a look at what is happening on our college campuses and ask ourselves exactly where does this end? History isn’t something that deserves to be brushed over and replaced; it deserves to be preserved.