Bias Computed at the University of Oregon

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

Is it blatant bias tabulated or a failure of math comprehension? “A College Fix analysis of how the University of Oregon student government divided its cash coffers among campus groups during the 2017-18 school year found that liberal student clubs received $250,173 compared to conservative ones, which were only allocated $1,540,” Brandon Jacob reports in The College Fix. “Put another way, liberal student causes were give 162 times more financial support at the public university than conservative ones, a difference of 16,200 percent, the analysis found.”

“The Associated Students of the University of Oregon is funded by mandatory student fees, and distributed about $1.08 million dollars during the last school year, according to a copy of the budget obtained by The College Fix.”