Regarding "Edited yearbook photos draw student complaints" (May 29), I believe whoever is responsible for editing the pictures of these lovely young women should bear the financial burden to have the yearbooks reprinted.
Do shoulders or a neck suggest anything whatsoever that is inappropriate? Our first lady is often seen with bare, beautiful arms; is she inappropriate?
I was turned away from a university cafeteria on parents day when picking up my son from a sports camp a number of years ago; my crime was also bare shoulders. Again, it was a cafeteria, not a place of worship. I have no idea who nominated themselves czar of appropriate yearbook attire, but this certainly went way too far.