Post Profile

Are We Sure We Aren’t Overreacting to These Racist Snapchat Photos at UND?

One of two Snapchat photos which have sparked controversy at the University of North Dakota People at the University of North Dakota, from the administration to students to members of the faculty – are overreacting to a couple of racist Snapchat photos. An anti-racism rally prompted by the photos is scheduled for later today, and according to the Grand Forks Herald, “the school will form a diversity advisory council to.
read more

See more about: North Dakota

Related Posts

Score One For The University Of North Dakota Student Government

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog

You’ve got to hand it to Tanner Franklin and the student government at the University of North Dakota. Their resolution calling for the resignation of UND President Robert Kelley and other administrators achieved its goals. Instead ...

UND Students Overwhelmingly Say “YES” to North Dakota as a Nickname Choice

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog

From a press release issued today by the University of North Dakota Student Government: A survey of UND students regarding the potential addition of North Dakota as an option for the eventual public nickname vote drew 3262 responses...

UND Spokesman: Administrators Joining Anti-Fighting Sioux March Aren’t Representing The University

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog

Yesterday evening came news that a group of University of North Dakota administrators would be joining a walk to protest the recent “Siouxper Drunk” t-shirt controversy, as well as call for mandatory sensitivity training for all inc...

UND Professor, Law Student Prefer Violence To Address Fighting Sioux Controversy

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog

Rob wrote earlier about how members of the University of North Dakota Administration were joining the Friday #WalkForChange march at UND to demonstrate their full support for tolerance through censorship. The march, as you may recal...

At North Dakota Universities Administrators Are Getting A Better Deal Than Faculty

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog

North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott talks about the two candidates for University of North Dakota interim president as state Board of Higher Education member Mike Ness (from left), student member Brett Johnson an...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC