I updated the Ed Page today by adding a link to Ron Unz’s US college enrollment demographic tracker. Now firmly in the age of identity, and with a dwindling supply of real college education options, it’s nice to be able to find a school that looks like you. For those not pursuing higher education, the link still provides another eye-opener in re the demographic collapse of the former America.
Given that football is officially gay now, I foresee a lot of “name, image, and likeness” with or on corporate rainbow logos. Given that the schools give these college playas neither pay nor education, maybe it will all work out okay.
BTW, if you’re looking for a new, heterosexual fall sport, one you can personally participate in, allow me to recommend boxing, weight-lifting, and shooting.
UMass Amherst is no longer a university. Parents should be grateful when their children are dismissed from the useless, evil propaganda camp.
Andover parents Kristin and Scott are speaking out on behalf of their daughter. She along with two of her friends are freshmen at UMass Amherst. A picture posted on social media of the three friends not wearing masks outside was handed over to the university and that has landed them in serious trouble.
“There was a photo sent to the administration of these girls outside off campus on a Saturday. This is why they lost a whole semester of their schooling,” Kristin said.
Any school that obsesses over a hoax isn’t worth attending. These people should drop the sheep=like civ-nat BS and be grateful. Seriously reconsider if college is worth it in this day and age of idiotic insanity.
Conservative idiots may be aghast at this but just think about it.
Under the guise of “inclusivity,” the University of Nevada Reno (UNR) has implemented segregated dorm communities–telling YAF that white students are not considered to fill spots in “for the safety of student participants.”
According to the UNR website, the school houses three minority-only Living Learning Communities in Great Basin Hall––the Latinx, Indigenous, and Black Scholars. With the school’s website giving vague entry requirements at best, YAF reached out to the school for clarification on any requirements. “In the identity-based communities, for the safety of student participants, it is important only students who hold that identity are considered,” the Executive Director of Residential Life, Housing, and Food Services Dean Kennedy told YAF.
George Wallace was all wrong but this is okay. Because inclusive. I have no idea why any sane Western man would ever consider this cesspool. However, their plan for peaceful separation might work. Try it nationwide.
I have no idea why anyone would plan to attend Rutgers anti-U this fall or ever again. But, if you do, then you’d better get your biowarfare poison jab asap.
Students will be required to provide proof of vaccination, but can request an exemption from the vaccination requirement for medical or religious reasons.
If you are a Christian, then the only higher education options left in the USSA that I know of off-hand are Magdalen College and Thomas More College, both in New Hampshire. There are probably a few more – and there’s always Europe (assuming one can get there now). However, any school that requires participation in the war crimes of auto-genocide is evil and deserves to be abandoned and destroyed.
A former university, which I am now ashamed to have ever attended, descends into utter anti-civilizational, anti-White, racist madness. More from the converged and useless faculty than the misguided kids:
We must push beyond conventional diversity and inclusion efforts that have yet to produce the scale of change needed to truly uproot the white supremacy woven into higher education and achieve social justice in our community.
They should go much further and scrap anything associated with “White supremacy,” starting with the concept of the univeristy. Close it.
US academians will not be happy until nothing remains of the civilization that created the academy. Literally:
An academic says classics should be cut from university syllabi as it’s so “entangled with white supremacy as to be inseparable from it.” But depriving future generations of the wisdom of the past leads to ignorance & division.
Dan-el Padilla Peralta, a black academic, claims that Western civilisation is based on conceptions of ‘whiteness’ that come from interpretations of the ancient authors. Recently, some classicists have tied their own discipline to white nationalism, wanting to exculpate their discipline from supposed racism.
So sayeth the black classics professor at Princeton! At this point, outside of two known exceptions, there not only is no point in attending a liberal arts college, but there also won’t be any colleges to attend soon.
Thanks to the miracle of COVID, they’ve somehow found a digital way to reanimate dead college professors.
Concordia University says there should have been no confusion about who was teaching an online class after a student said he was surprised to discover the professor delivering the video lectures had died in 2019.
Aaron Ansuini, a student at the Montreal university, wrote in a series of recent posts on Twitter that he enjoyed the lectures by Francois-Marc Gagnon, who he assumed was the professor of his online art history class.
I’m sure delightful, socially-distant excuses were roundly provided by this $10,000 – $37,000 (CAD) per term Pet Semetary U. While I have no idea how higher “education” is funded in Canada, I rest assured that US students get run through Shylock’s ringer if they attend. Really, the bargain of a lifetime (or deathtime for faculty). The big question is how much do dead professors make in way of salary and benefits?
Some get an education, others an experience. Or, they used to. Now, in Hoaxlandia, all bets are off for the poor college freshmen.
It’s a major life milestone, the first time many U.S. teens have ever been on their own. Even in normal times, freshman year in college can be a jumbled mix of anticipation, uncertainty and emotional highs and lows.
In these hardly normal times, when the quintessential college experience exists only in catalogs, freshmen are being challenged like never before.
Amid pandemic restrictions aimed at keeping students safe and healthy, colleges are scrambling to help them adjust. But many are struggling.
Social distancing requirements, mask mandates and daily temperature checks. Quarantine and isolation. Online learning glitches. Campus Black Lives Matter protests. Anxiety over whether to join partiers or hole up in dorm rooms or at home to stay safe.
Yes! Stay safe and stay home. Let them keep their hoaxes, protests, indoctrination, idiotic mandates, and especially, all of the worthless debt. Corona may be the best thing that ever happened to education.
Seriously, American colleges and universities are done.
At NYU, a journalism propaganda class and professor are subject to propaganda for discussing propaganda.
On Sept. 20, after a class discussion of the case for universal masking as defense against transmission of SARS-COV-2 (in which discussion she did not participate), a student took to Twitter to express her fury that Prof. Miller had brought up the randomized, controlled tests—all of those so far conducted on the subject—finding that masks and ventilators are ineffective at preventing such transmission, because the COVID-19 virions are too small for such expedients to block them. Prof. Miller urged the students to read those studies, as well as others that purport to show the opposite, with due attention to the scientific reviews thereof, and possible financial links between the researchers conducting them, and such interests as Big Pharma and the Gates Foundation. Prof. Miller followed up by providing the links to the former studies (not easily found on Google, though they have all appeared in reputable medical journals), and other materials, including a video of a debate on the subject.
Of course, the school sided with the Twit-head. The truth has no place in Amerikan higher academia, certainly not in the journalism department. Associate with this idiocy at your own risk.