Students at the University of Washington were offended and upset at a lecturer’s opinion editorial that attempted to explain why women select careers other than coding. Stuart Reges, a lecturer at the university, penned an opinion editorial that said, among several things, women are more inclined to do careers that involve interpersonal and verbal skills, not coding. Reges has taught female students how to code over the years, but that did not appease students.
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Book Review: America, Guns, and Freedom
As gun rights and gun control advocates, political surrogates, spokespeople, and groups contend over the future of the Second Amendment to the Constitution, Dr. Miguel Faria, Jr., M.D. published a book that gives extensive background,…