The usual suspects (yours truly and Kristi Brownfield & Natasha Zaretsky) rushed off letters to the editor opposing the Southern's editorial praising our Chancellor for alienating faculty (already discussed on this blog here & here), and the Southern has now duly published them. You'll need to scroll down just a bit in the rather low-tech manner the Southern has of posting letters online.
My letter contains a stray comma the Southern managed to insert (in the first sentence of the penultimate paragraph). And when I tried to sign it Dr. David M. Johnson, the better to make a medical analogy, they asked me, when confirming my identity over the phone, whether I had a MD or PhD and thus demoted me to the latter. While I'm entirely capable of inserting a stray comma myself, I don't think I've ever tacked Ph.D. on to my name, save on the covers of my line of self-help books.