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The War of Words and Statues Week in Higher Education

The War of Words and Statues Week in Higher Education

Your weekly report on campus news.

This recent Harvard grad lost her job for making threats of violence.

This UMass nursing dean lost her job for saying “everyone’s life matters.”

Meanwhile, the battle of the statues continues.

With some people cheering from the sidelines.

These schools are considering name changes.

But not Yale.

Notice a pattern here?

Oberlin is still Oberlin.

Brave words.

Their worries are justified.


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Mount Rushmore = “recognizing that some people did something”

    legacyrepublican in reply to fscarn. | July 4, 2020 at 10:02 am

    Blast it all, that should be carved in stone! I granite y’all heard that one before.

    P.S. Sorry, couldn’t resist.

I wonder if Harvard has determined that “idiots” are an underrepresented minority. That’s the only way I could imagine some of these people being admitted.

blacksburger | July 4, 2020 at 5:44 pm

“UMass Lowell Nursing Dean Reportedly Fired After Saying ‘Everyone’s Life Matters’ in Email”

I would hate to be taken care of by a nurse who did not believe that everyone’s life matters.