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Evergreen State College President Claims Disruptive Students Will be Disciplined

Evergreen State College President Claims Disruptive Students Will be Disciplined

Sure they will…

I’ll believe this when I see it. Far too often in cases like this the school says there will be discipline then does nothing.

KOMO News reports:

Evergreen College President: students involved in disrupting classes will be disciplined

The president of The Evergreen State College said students involved in disrupting classes at the school will be facing disciplinary action. He made those comments at a special State Senate hearing on Tuesday.

It comes in the wake of protests and outside threats that shutdown the campus for several days and forced graduation to move.

The string of events peaked June 15, when there was a heavily armed presence at a protest by an outside group, concerned with what they’d been seeing and hearing about Evergreen.

They were upset about student protests against professor Bret Weinstein and perceived racist comments. He said he was totally misunderstood, but then went on Fox News to explain.

The college president said social media exploded. A death threat to students and faculty shut down the campus for a couple of days and brought increased state patrol presence. Then there was last-minute decision to move the graduation to the secured setting of Cheney Stadium.

College President George Bridges told the state lawmakers on Tuesday, “The fine line between what at Evergreen is appropriate protest and what is inappropriate protest. Clearly disrupting class is inappropriate.”


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Wrathchilde | June 23, 2017 at 2:05 pm

This headline caused me to spew coffee into my keyboard.

Georgie Porgie will send them a strongly worded letter maybe?

The Friendly Grizzly | June 23, 2017 at 2:56 pm

CLAIMS they will be disciplined. Stop talking, and start doing.

It would take real courage to discipline them. If he does, they will probably occupy his office again, and this time they WON’T let him go pee, not even with supervision.

Shyeah, right.

What? No Jello for a week?

    Old0311 in reply to Cleetus. | June 24, 2017 at 9:16 am

    Wouldn’t they be boycotting Jello? After all the company did employ that bad (but unconvicted) man.

The students will be disciplined for breaking the 11th commandment “Thou shalt not get caught”.

“[Professor Weinstein] said he was totally misunderstood, but then went on Fox News to explain.”

As if the Professor were the party that owes an explanation. But of course, he shouldn’t have gone to Fox instead of to the hordes of MSM reporters who were dying to give him sympathetic, 24/7 coverage.

healthguyfsu | June 24, 2017 at 10:21 pm

These students will get F’s in all of their classes*

*all of their classes that give grades, which this joke of a college does not do for any class

I suspect that disruptive faculty members will be even more harshly punished. People like the disruptive professor Bret Weinstein who brought the activities of the students and administration into the limelight and disrupted the process of separating students from their student loan money.

Char Char Binks | June 25, 2017 at 6:29 pm

The man has already students dictate what he can say, and how and when he can say it, and even what posture and gestures he’s allowed to use. If you don’t earn respect by groveling, you won’t earn it by groveling more. I wish him luck.