Law and Order Week in Higher Education
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Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 08:00am 3 Comments
This student is probably going to need a good lawyer.
A situation at Johns Hopkins also ended in arrests.
- Students at Johns Hopkins Chain Themselves to Stairwell to Protest Police and ICE
- Students Occupying Admin Building at Johns Hopkins U. Chain Doors Shut
- VIDEO: Police Arrest Johns Hopkins Students Occupying Admin Building
Updates on the Oberlin case.
- Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College – Juror perceptions of reputation and social media emerge in questioning
- Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College Opening Statements: Claims of War and Peace
- Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College – Trial Day 1 – “It was a mob mentality out there”
Legal representation. How does it work?
Punished for enforcing the law.
Probably a smart move.
More cuts are coming.
- Lawmakers and University Officials in Illinois Warn of Cuts to Higher Education
- University of Louisville Closing Employee Gym to Save $1 Million Per Year
Diversity is more important than learning.
Well OK then.
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If someone come at you and assaults you, you have the right to strike back, especially if it is being recorded.
I’m not happy with my sorry my what have you. I guess I am looking for validation. I am so sorry I hit a woman. The choice I had was let her hit me or slice my throat.
Damn, sure wish I had been there. The decent students need to learn to carry a big bar of ivory soap, in a sock, for those times when things get dirty.