Not to hack into our computers, so far as we know, but to explore topics we working stiffs may never get to consider.
Topic: Campus Reform
If Eastern Michigan University was trying to camouflage cutting men’s sports by cutting a few women’s athletic program, the possible ruse didn’t work.
When you look at the messages some law professors send out, you might wonder if law school these days is about upholding, enforcing or even finding loopholes in statutes or clearly breaking them.
It turns out that what feminists are calling “benevolent sexism” is what we used to call chivalry and it may not be something they want to stamp out.
When a professor at Seattle University pointed out that little evidence exists to support the thesis that the so-called STEM fields are biased against women, a faculty feminist immediately attacked him, with feeling.
She claims that thanks to President Trump, academia is no longer her happy place.
And the odds are really good that they get federal taxpayer funds.
At the University of Michigan they seem to be at odds. “A professor at Michigan State University is alleging that Latino students perpetuate “colorblind racism” due to their commitment to meritocracy and free market values,”…
Maybe they’d be happier if they thought it was April 15th.
The key is when they use words like inclusivity instead of balance.