Teaching radical feminists how to think? Comical.
Topic: Barnard College
The women’s-only Barnard College, affiliated with Columbia University, held sexual violence prevention workshops after a survey of students found high rates of assault. But, only the student paper’s reporter showed up for them.
As the College Fix reported: “The Columbia Spectator reports that the women’s college, affiliated with Columbia University, spent 13 hours in negotiation with Barnard Contingent Faculty-UAW rather than present its closing arguments at the eighth…
At the women-only Barnard College’s commencement, Samantha Power gave a shout-out to “Mattress Girl,” whose story has been debunked anyway. But truth doesn’t matter, apparently.
This isn’t a joke. The Columbia University-affiliated (and all-female) Barnard College could reduce their language and science requirements and replace it with a diversity one.
Barnard College, an all-women college affiliated with Columbia University, said they won’t participate in sexual violence programs because of the influence of patriarchy.
As one blogger notes, it is an academic tradition for professors to “try to one-up their colleagues by exchanging unintentionally hilarious sentences from students’ exams and final papers.” In a similar spirit, I will be providing some of the more striking statements made by professors discussing at the 2009 MLA Convention.