Apparently election day was Halloween for liberals who wanted to play trick or treat.
Topic: Campus Reform
This is actually the type of behavior you might expect from students.
But we don’t know if they helped the gubernatorial candidate.
Yet another U. S. Senate candidate locked in a tight race was able to count on a state university for not only emotional but financial support but this time it was an incumbent who was able to maximize her incumbency.
Even by academic standards it looks totalitarian.
A student who circulated a petition to take the name of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas off of one of the campus buildings at the Savannah College of Art and Design made great progress and got a couple of thousand signatures but a petition to keep the the justice’s name on the building got many more.
Lisa Daftari could make a career out of speaking at Rutgers, if she got paid for each cancellation and postponement.
The Colorado college reached into it’s alumni ranks to host a speaker on “Indigenous People’s Day” who would excoriate the man the government named a holiday after: Christopher Columbus.
Colorado State University recently published a new social media guide for its students and organizations.
The Georgetown women’s studies sage is in the news again, this time with a tweeted wish of death and castration to Republicans on the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee.