OK, gang, please do not read this tiny, funny little item and get sucked into yet another whirlpool of comments on evolution. And don't tell me that some of my typos are as bad as the basic editing mistake in this story. I already know that, two. Just sit back, relax, chuckle and ask the following question. We know that students in Berkeley (and adults too, I hear) are a bit on the strange side and do not like to conform to other people's definitions of right and wrong. But does this apply to grammar?
So now, care of the copy desk at The Daily Californian, we have this:
As the debate surrounding evolution and intelligent design in public schools reaches a fever pitch, UC Berkeley faculty and students is at the center of the action.