Hillsdale College and the University of Missouri agreed to disagree on a donor’s bequest and settled a lawsuit surrounding the hiring of free-market economic professors.
Topic: University of Missouri
Hillsdale College, on behalf of a deceased donor, is suing the University of Missouri for not honoring the donor’s intent, which required Missouri to hire pro-free market economics professors.
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.
The University of Missouri won a court case where it can enforce its ban on guns on its campus, which the judge ruled did not violate a state statute. But, the constitutionality of the ban could be resolved in a different lawsuit, if one is filed.
Mizzou is encouraging students to have counselors around at events, just in case they are triggered (or in other words, offended).
A former Mizzou official could be under investigation for embezzlement, the Missouri Times reported.
Misses’ student body president claimed the Founding Fathers would’ve been proud of their controversial protests, which paralyzed the campus and may have led to decreased student enrollment.
Mizzou has cut administrative positions due to budget cuts, but it will not comment on where a college administrator is working after her name disappeared from the college website.
Three dorm halls at Mizzou are being taken offline due to plunging student enrollment.
From Campus Reform: The Columbia Missourian recently reported that the University of Missouri has required all members of faculty search committees to undergo unconscious bias training, but a groundbreaking new study shows that implicit biases have…