ESPN’s Brett McMurphy with the latest: A Missouri Tigers player said Sunday night that the entire team is not united over the decision to stop practicing until grad student Jonathan Butler ends his hunger strike….
Guess the media criticism was too much for Tim Wolfe.
University of Missouri’s football team may not play this Saturday, which could incur a $1 million penalty to be paid to Brigham Young University due to their scheduling contract: Due to what they deem inadequate…
He says he’ll either starve to death or the University of Missouri will fire their president. Uh, good luck with that.
As Campus Reform noted: Several MU professors plan to cancel classes Wednesday—just two days after the beginning of the fall semester—in order to attend the rally in support of their teaching assistants, who are demonstrating…
It was a three-year-old photo which sparked the University of Missouri chancellor’s remarks, which photo he called “threatening.” Check the facts next time.
This is a good thing to protect free speech on college campuses. The more colleges that ban these free speech zones, the better.