A conservative columnist at the Daily Wire was assaulted over his remarks at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, which assault was not condemned by the university’s chancellor.
Hampshire College Students Assaulted Basketball Players over Braids, Alleged Cultural Appropriation
Apparently, wearing braids as a non-minority is offensive and is “cultural appropriation” at Hampshire College. A Hampshire College student is accused of assaulting members of a visiting college basketball team from Maine over one player wearing…
Gonzaga Hires Ex-Mizzou Professor Melissa Click
Uh, why? Granted, this is a nation of second chances, but the public relations outcry and blowback related to Melissa Click is not easy to deal with for universities (at times):
Mizzou Professor Melissa Click Fired after Board Votes 4-2
Fox News reported that assistant professor of mass media communications, Melissa Click, was fired after being suspended. She was suspended on January 27th after another video surfaced, a police body camera video, where she cursed…
Protesting Melissa Click
Melissa Click, an assistant mass media communications professor at the University of Missouri, is currently suspended for assaulting a student journalist during a protest and calling for “muscle” to push the journalist out of the…
Mizzou Students Storm University Board Meeting to Support Melissa Click
The suspended and embattled communications professor, Melissa Click, has supporters from the Concerned Student 1950 group, so much so that they stormed the university’s board meeting to make a point.
Melissa Click is a Scapegoat, Claims Mizzou Activist Group
This is a headscratcher, via College Fix: This will surely give a lot more credibility to the University of Missouri student activist organization Concerned Student 1950: In a letter, they assert Mizzou’s administration has “scapegoated”…
“Deferred Prosecution Agreement” for Melissa Click, Mizzou Professor who Assaulted Student Journalist
20 hours of community service is her punishment. Fair, or foul?
Melissa Click Suspended after Assault Charge
The confrontational communications professor, who works at the University of Missouri, was charged with assault after trying to get ‘muscle’ to kick out a student journalist.
Melissa Click Charged with 3rd Degree Assault for Actions during Protest
The communications professor at Missouri still holds her job at the school, while lawmakers have called for her to be fired. Let the justice system play out.