Greycloud7

I am surprised that students and faculty have any time left over to attend classes, or show up to teach them, given the demands of virtue signaling, censoring "trigger" words, correcting politically unacceptable views, staging demonstrations, demanding sensitivity training, and other acti…

The "traumatizing experience" of being black today, on a university campus? It amazes me how young people, who by and large have known no real hardship, and enjoy real privilege, work so hard to dream up injustice where there is very little of it. Its a solution in search of a problem. Wh…

Students and faculty alike, should learn how to walk from class to class. Those scooters are a lazy person's tool, and a hazard to people and animals alike. As for the person who operated that scooter recklessly, caused injury, and failed to stop, those actions are prosecutable under the …

Oh, Lord. Here we go again. Virtue signaling goes into high gear. This isn't education, folks. Its indoctrination. The professor read a historical document, and warned the class beforehand, that certain words might be disturbing. She did her due diligence. How do you expect to offer or re…

A diversity, equity, and inclusion committee? Evidently, this committee forgot to show tolerance for the opinions of the professor now being condemned. It is all so drearily familiar. Where, you may ask, have we seen this before? During Mao's cultural revolution, when those with "impure" …

No disrespect is intended to the good woman here profiled, but the notion that universities must now have a department of diversity and inclusion, is evidence of a type of thinking which is really out of control. Is the university environment a true marketplace of ideas, or is it a factor…

I think that college-age students believe that they have the knowledge and life experience to understand how the world works, and to pass judgment on all manner of things about which they actually know little. They generate more heat than light, and operate out of emotion. They also move …