After standing idly by as radical cultural Marxists forced biology professor Bret Weinstein into hiding, the Evergreen State College administration has decided to penalize 80 students for their involvement with disruptive protests earlier...Show More Summary
"It’s the most narrow-minded, close-minded worldview you can imagine." The post Washington lawmaker on Evergreen State College: ‘I want them to become classically liberal’ appeared first on Hot Air.
The following email was forwarded to me and many other Evergreen faculty:On [date deleted], students, staff and faculty of The Evergreen State College will hold a Re-Convocation Rally on Red Square to express and affirm their commitment to goals of equity, inclusion and success for all in pursuit of higher education. Show More Summary
"In making this agreement, the college admits no liability, and rejects the allegations made in the tort claim." The post Evergreen State College settles professor’s lawsuit for $500,000 appeared first on Hot Air.
Remember the professor earlier this year at Evergreen State College who refused to leave his campus for being white? Well, he just won a major legal battle against his employer
He (and his wife) originally sued for $3.85 million, and he is resigning from the job.
EVERGREEN GOT OFF LIGHT: Evergreen State College settles claim with embattled professors for $500,000.
It isn’t just the tail-spinning University of Missouri and Evergreen State. Colleges that succumb to social justice warriors will all pay a price: Universities known for being hotbeds of campus
(Steven Hayward) The college meltdown continues. The sharp decline in applications and new student enrollments that have taken place at the University of Missouri and Evergreen State College has spread to Oberlin College, which has also saw the administration cater to radical students and deranged faculty. Show More Summary
Washington’s Evergreen State College, where raucous student protests and disturbing threats of violence made national headlines this spring, has fallen several million dollars in the hole, according to a recent memo from its public administrators. Show More Summary
DISPATCHES FROM THE EDUCATION APOCALYPSE. Radical fallout: Oberlin College enrollment drops, causing financial problems. Is social justice war coming home to roost at Oberlin, as it did at Mizzou and Evergreen State?
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Radical fallout: Oberlin College enrollment drops, causing financial problems. “At both the University of Missouri and Evergreen State College, an atmosphere of aggressive ‘Social Justice’ activism damaged enrollment and contributed to financial difficulties. Show More Summary
"We anticipate the decline to continue into 2018-19..." The post Enrollment at Evergreen State College drops 5%, hiring freeze to follow appeared first on Hot Air.
The wages of moonbattery is ruin. Mizzou is learning it. So is Evergreen State College: Administrators at The Evergreen State College have announced that the embattled school faces a massive
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEFTIST-SELF-DESTRUCTION EDITION: Evergreen State College faces $2.1M budget shortfall, cites enrollment drop, issues layoff notices. As with Mizzou, you can wreck your university trying to make lefty activists happy, but they’ll never be happy because they don’t want to be happy.
REMEDIAL HUMANITY 101: Evergreen State College Adds Required Workshop on Civil Disagreement.
ROGER SIMON ASKS, “What do Google, Evergreen State College and Middlebury have in common?” Answer: They’re all filled with free-speech hating snowflakes destroying their institutions’ brand names. And that of “Progressivism” in general. Read the whole thing.
"...flyers were distributed featuring a cartoon of Brown dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit." The post Evergreen State College’s police chief resigns appeared first on Hot Air.
I teach at Evergreen State College. Early this spring I became alarmed at the rapid deterioration of collegiality and respect for dissent on campus, and I drafted a letter which I hoped to circulate for signatures—but I sat on it. I thought: not enough faculty would be willing to sign and this would just expose how isolated I was in my concern. Show More Summary