Criminal Justice Week in Higher Education
Your weekly report on campus news.
Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 09:00am 1 Comment
A University of Connecticut student suspected in two murders led authorities on a multi-state manhunt this week before being apprehended in Maryland.
- Multi-State Manhunt Underway for U. Connecticut Student Suspected in Two Murders
- Family of College Student Wanted for Murder Calls on Him to Surrender Himself
- University of Connecticut Student Wanted for Murder Caught in Maryland
On many college campuses, it was business as usual.
- Students Claim U. Minnesota is Unfairly Allocating Funds to Left Wing Groups
- Progressive Student Group Demands Yale Tap Endowment to Ease Economic Burden of Students and Staff
- Study Suggests Men Refusing to Wear Face Masks is a Form of Toxic Masculinity
Compare and contrast.
- U. Michigan President Says There Will be No Football in Fall if Students Aren’t on Campus
- Texas Governor Greg Abbott Aiming for College Football to Start On Time
This is big.
Of course she does.
You can add the word ‘justice’ to just about anything.
- Boise State University on Track to Fully Reopen in the Fall
- California State U. Has No Plans to Reduce Tuition With Online Classes Only
- Purdue President Mitch Daniels Says Not Opening Campus in Fall ‘Unacceptable’
The new normal?
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The big story is the rise of Antifa (the brownshirts of the democrat party). How the DOJ has allowed thid terror group to exist in the mainstream is curious. But then, that swamp conspirator Wray still heads the FBI!
We’re coming close to the precipice. Maybe that’s good, and we can get the violence out of the way.