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    13 CSUN professor says she stopped teaching out of fear after this test question about Donald Trump

    https://www.dailynews.com/2018/03/15...ateful-emails/


    CSUN professor says she stopped teaching out of fear after this test question about Donald Trump


    By Brenda Gazzar | bgazzar@scng.com | Daily News
    PUBLISHED: March 15, 2018 at 7:52 am | UPDATED: March 17, 2018 at 10:04 am
    Karin Stanford


    CSUN professor Karin Stanford says that after her exam question on Donald Trump was published on a conservative news site, she began receiving threats of violence online and disturbing emails.
    She stopped teaching in January, arguing that the university hasn’t given her guidance on how to protect herself and her students
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    After asking students to label Donald Trump’s speech as “anti-Mexican,” “anti-Muslim,” “anti-woman,” or “all of the above” on an exam, a veteran Cal State Northridge professor says she fears for her safety and accuses the university of doing little to respond to her concerns about threatening online posts that surfaced when a few of her test questions became public.

    Karin Stanford, a political scientist who teaches through CSUN’s Africana Studies department, says she stopped teaching in January following certain online comments – including “somebody shoot her in the face” – and disturbing emails directed at her in the wake of the incident that stirred some controversy.

    Stanford contends that she hasn’t received the guidance or support from university administrators she needs to feel safe on campus. But university officials say they have been taking her concerns “very seriously” and are committed to maintaining a secure and respectful environment.

    “Why should I be forced to leave the workplace because of a concern for my safety and my students?” asked Stanford, who formerly served as chair of the Africana Studies department as well as associate dean of the College of Humanities, in a recent interview. “Why am I making this choice by myself?”

    Meanwhile, CSUN spokeswoman Carmen Chandler said in a statement that they are “very much aware of the issues that arise in the current contentious political environment.” She said they are actively working to find solutions that will “balance the principles of academic freedom and free speech” while ensuring the safety of students, instructors and staff.

    Stanford, a cancer survivor who has taught at CSUN for nearly 15 years, started receiving a series of emails earlier this year peppered with profane language, calling her derogatory names and in one case saying “cancer is too good for you.”

    But the statement that most alarmed her was posted in the comments section of a Jan. 4 online article about the online exam she gave to students. The comment stated: “This is government abuse. Somebody shoot her in the face.”

    The article was published by Campus Reform, a conservative news site that aims to expose liberal “bias” on college campuses. It cited an anonymous student who took issue with two of Stanford’s exam questions – the one about Donald Trump and another about Hillary Clinton – for her online African Studies class titled “American Political Institutions: A Black Perspective.” The student was quoted as saying the questions were “random and annoying.”

    The question about Trump asked: “Donald Trump made statements of a ________ nature throughout this presidential campaign” and gave the choices of “anti-Mexican,” “anti-Muslim,” “anti-woman,” or “all the above” as options to fill in the blank.

    The Clinton question asked the following: “In her 2016 concession speech, what groups did Hillary Clinton address in terms of breaking down barriers and bringing people together:” and gave the options of “races,” “religions,” “genders and sexualities” or “all of the above.”

    Stanford, who has taught classes on campus as well as online, said she saw another comment elsewhere that said she should be fired “from a cannon.” Such comments made her feel anxious, she said, particularly in light of recent school shootings.

    Stanford said she discussed her safety concerns with her department chair and, after a union representative suggested it, Stanford notified CSUN Police.

    According to CSUN officials, campus police investigated the case and consulted with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office on Jan. 17.

    “While these comments are disturbing, they were found to not rise to the level of a criminal threat and were considered free speech,” CSUN’s Chandler said.

    But Rob Wilcox, a spokesman for the City Attorney’s Office, said that the appropriate members of their staff do not recall a conversation on this issue with campus police and “nothing was formally presented to our office.”

    Brian Levin, a criminal justice professor at Cal State San Bernardino, said regardless of any potential bias in the exam, he believes the “shoot her in the face” comment warrants further investigation, including from the FBI. Such a comment could be considered incitement more than a criminal threat, he said. Levin also noted the statement may be difficult to prosecute.

    Stanford said she brought up her concerns about safety with her department chair in mid-January after administrators had informed her of online articles critical of her exam. Stanford said she asked about the university’s protocols on handling such a matter but was later told the chair had gotten no response.

    Stanford opted not to return to teach on campus, she said, until she received some guidance about how to protect herself and her students. She said she also wanted to know what, if anything, she should tell her students, who are often with her on campus, about these comments.

    In the meantime, the worker’s compensation claim she sought until the issue is resolved was denied. Stanford has used her sick leave since January, she said.

    The university said that they contacted Stanford in early January, as is their practice, to offer “support and guidance” after learning of online articles criticizing her exam.

    “The Department of Africana Studies and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences actively monitored the situation and have continued to monitor and communicate with Dr. Stanford,” according to Chandler’s email.

    Chandler also noted that the campus provides “a variety of resources” for employees who feel threatened, including police escorts to and from offices and classes, as well as counseling and other support “to ensure safety.”

    While Africana Studies chair Theresa White told Stanford she met with higher-ups in mid-January about the issue, White noted in a Feb. 27 email to the professor that she did not receive any official documentation from the interim dean of the College for Social and Behavioral Sciences, the vice provost or the head of Faculty Affairs regarding the concerns she had expressed, according to an email seen by the Daily News.

    White did ask Stanford via email what specifically she needed to feel safe and also noted that they had funding to pay for consulting with a national expert to help the university navigate such issues.

    The university did not produce a written policy for dealing with such incidents when requested by this news organization. However, CSUN spokesman Jeffrey M. Noblitt said in an email that “there are a variety of policies and procedures that may apply” depending on the case’s specifics. CSUN’s professional police department has a team that is specifically trained to conduct threat assessments, he said.

    Typically, an employee would report the threatening statements to a supervisor or CSUN Police, which initiates an investigation, Noblitt said. Any action taken would depend on the circumstances.

    There is no systemwide California State University policy that would govern threatening online posts against a professor but it’s generally the purview of the university police department to investigate, said Mike Uhlenkamp, spokesman for the CSU Chancellor’s Office. Universities can arrange for a professor to take leave under certain circumstances and make other accommodations – but that is determined on a case-by-case basis.

    Erroll Southers, director of USC’s Safe Communities Institute, said it’s important that universities and other workplaces have formal protocols to deal with such scenarios.

    When a violent threat is made, the university should offer guidance on what to do, as well as have a system of notification should another threat appear, Southers said. They should also discuss what kind of protective measures would be appropriate, including potential escorts from class to class or home to school and whether another law enforcement agency should be notified.

    “These are things we do not want to take lightly,” said Southers, who noted that the front door of his Los Angeles home was shattered by a bullet a day after his op-ed critical of Trump, the then-presumptive GOP nominee, was published in a national newspaper in July of 2016.

    “We don’t want something to happen and find out we had all these facts and ignored them or didn’t take them with the degree of seriousness required.”

    Editor’s note: This article was updated from an earlier version to clarify that Stanford’s chair had reportedly gotten no response about protocols from higher-ups.








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    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10652

    A professor has stopped teaching classes, saying school administrators have not done enough to protect her from the backlash she received after asking an anti-Trump question on an exam.

    According to The Los Angeles Daily News, California State University-Northridge political science professor Karin Stanford has absented herself from the classroom since mid-January after receiving hate mail in response to her controversial exam questions on Hillary Clinton and President Trump.

    "While these comments are disturbing, they were found to not rise to the level of a criminal threat and were considered free speech." Tweet This

    The university, however, has maintained that the comments reported to officials were investigated but did not constitute a criminal threat.

    [RELATED: College cancels Charles Murray event over ‘mere threat’ of Antifa]

    “Why should I be forced to leave the workplace because of a concern for my safety and my students?” Stanford told the publication. “Why am I making this choice by myself?”

    As previously reported by Campus Reform, the online final exam for an African Studies 161 course taught by Stanford asked students to describe political statements made by both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in two similarly formatted questions.

    “Donald Trump frequently made statements of an _____ nature throughout this presidential campaign,” one question asked, with answer choices that included “anti-Mexican,” “anti-Muslim,” “anti-woman,” and “all of the above.”

    In contrast, the question about Clinton took a different political tone, asking the students to list groups that she addressed during her concession speech “in terms of breaking down barriers and bringing people together.” The exam then gave students answer choices of “races,” “religions,” “genders and sexualities,” or “all of the above.”

    [RELATED: Exam questions blast Trump as bigot, tout Hillary as unifier]

    According to the Daily News, Stanford was disturbed by comments on the Campus Reform article, one of which advocated violence against the professor.

    “This is government abuse,” the comment read. “Somebody shoot her in the face.”

    Stanford also noted that she received hate mail and other hateful messages since her exam questions became public, and complained that the school was not doing more to investigate them.

    CSUN spokesperson Carmen Chandler, however, told the Daily News that the school is “very much aware of the issues that arise in the current contentious political environment” and that the administrators are taking the professor's concerns “very seriously.”

    “While these comments are disturbing, they were found to not rise to the level of a criminal threat and were considered free speech,” Chandler told the publication.

    [RELATED: Professors slip anti-Trump musings into class communications]

    According to the report, the university rejected Stanford’s worker’s compensation claim, compelling her to use sick leave for the time she has missed.

    Chandler pointed out that the school provides “a variety of resources” for employees in Stanford’s situation, including law enforcement escorts “to ensure safety” of faculty who may feel threatened, as well as counseling.

    Mike Uhlenkamp, a spokesperson for the CSU Chancellor’s Office, also told the newspaper that while there is no specific policy governing online threats against a professor, it is possible for universities to grant professors leave when the circumstances warrant, though he noted that the determination is made on a case-by-case basis.

    Neither Stanford nor CSUN responded to Campus Reform’s request for comment.
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    Oh geee. What a loss...
    "Dark and difficult times lie ahead. Soon we will all face the choice between what is right, and what is easy."
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    Bye. Take your snowflake libtard politics elsewhere.

    And no, I don't wish her harm. Just don't want her teaching vulnerable children/young adults.
    No good deed ever goes unpunished.

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    I often wondered where the phrase "crazier than a pet coon" could be utilized.
    We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth... For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it. --Patrick Henry

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    “Why am I making this choice by myself?”

    Ummm ... because you live in a tiny little world all by yourself of your own creation, and you are moonbat California crazy?
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    I'm sure nothing less than all of the above was acceptable when grading that test too.

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    They want to be able to say whatever they want but be exempt from the consequences of doing so? Typical snowflake logic. She can go pee up a rope and drown.

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    Karin Stanford, a political scientist who teaches through CSUN’s Africana Studies department

    What the he!! is a "political scientist" anyway? How worthless are our colleges today?


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    Wait, you mean to tell me that her actions actually had a consequence!!!!
    Well, welcome to the real world. Have fun finding a job.

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    That is what happens when you get educated beyond your intellect.
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    So is the Lawyer who asks a defendant "When was the last time you beat your wife" allowed a pass by the Judge?

    Answer: No. Either the judge or the opposing attorney will lodge an "objection" based on the "presupposition" of the question. And the question will be overruled on the basis the question assumes the defendant beats his wife, whether in fact he does or not.

    So is the educator who asks if "Trump has committed various illegal and morally reprehensible actions (list below)" allowed a pass by his peers and the school?

    As in, the question assumes Trump is already guilty of these heinous acts - the only thing needed is to identify which one or all?

    Answer: Yes. Educator gets a pass. Either educator peers or the school will lodge a "bench ruling" based on any non-progressive reply of the question.

    The exam taker will be summarily dismissed with prejudice (not admitted) and failed on the exam (without appeal) and required to re-take the course (without scholarship) And likely will lose all scholarship for other courses henceforth as they are "socially irredeemable" by their own admission.

    The educator will be given a raise, made Department Head - and take a paid sabbatical leave doing "social work" consisting of advising the Democratic National Committee as a "double-dipper."

    Of course, one can understand how a non-progressive student might react. And how friends of the non-progressive might share anger.

    The fact that the non-progressive and his friends react as a progressive mob would under similar but opposing circumstances bears no relation to the argument.

    Progressive = Pass
    Non-Progressive = Whip and Hobbles

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    I'd have had to add in

    None of the Above and put a check mark beside that and taken a picture of it.

    and had a hidden recorder for when she chimped out.
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    According to https://www.csun.edu/humanities/huma...associate-dean

    She was more than a professor, she was an associated dean



    Meet Our New Associate Dean
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    From Soul Train to Sierra Hall

    Karin StanfordWhen first asked to participate in a brief interview for this newsletter profile, the new College of Humanities associate dean, Karin Stanford, said, “Sure. Which side do you want to know about, the academic one, or the one where I grew up wanting to be a Soul Train dancer?” While she was delighted to share tales of childhood longing from the latter category, her lived career trajectory is just as singular and engaging, from education to political life to scholarship and community service.

    After earning her Ph.D. in political science at Howard University, she received a two-year post-doctoral fellowship from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and later served as a Congressional Black Caucus Fellow under Congressman Sanford Bishop of Georgia. Since joining CSUN’s Pan African studies faculty in 2003—following a stretch at the University of Georgia—Dr. Stanford has taught courses in African American politics; social movements; the politics of hip hop; and gender, race, and class in public policy. In 2010 she was elected to chair her department, a position she held until she came to serve as associate dean of Humanities in fall 2013.

    Humanities dean Elizabeth Say values Stanford’s prior experience on a number of fronts. “Her previous service as department chairperson for Pan African studies means that we have added an experienced administrator, who was able to immediately manage the duties of associate dean,” said Dean Say. “Karin is also opening new opportunities for collaboration between CoH departments and Pan African studies, to the benefit of our students.” As the PAS department is housed in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford’s transition to Humanities has her interacting with an entirely new slate of departments and programs. “The learning curve is higher since I am also becoming familiar with a different college at the same time,” Stanford said. “It’s challenging, but also rewarding.”

    Though Stanford said she misses her daily interactions with her Pan African studies colleagues, she values this opportunity to learn more about the intricacies of how curriculum works at the college and university levels. Plus, there are all those new Humanities departments and programs she’s getting to know. “Interacting with the faculty and recognizing the importance of their work and how much they value the students and departments, that’s been very gratifying,” Stanford said. “It is a very collegial atmosphere. I feel lucky.”

    As a scholar, Dr. Stanford has received several awards and recognition for her publications. If We Must Die: African American Voices on War and Peace won the 2009 Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award from Choice magazine. Her article “Keepin’ It Real in Hip Hop Politics: A Political Perspective of Tupac Shakur,” published in the Journal of Black Studies , has remained one of the journal’s most read articles since its publication in 2011. Her book Beyond the Boundaries: Reverend Jesse Jackson in International Affairs won the National Conference of Black Political Scientists’ Outstanding Book Award in 1998. And in 2005 she published Breaking the Silence: Inspirational Stories of Black Cancer Survivors , which highlights disease prevention and treatment options as well as inequality in health care. Stanford serves on the advisory board of the California Black Women’s Health Project and provides consumer reviews of scientific proposals and federal initiatives on breast cancer research.

    “The College of Humanities is extremely fortunate to have Karin Stanford as associate dean,” said Dean Say. “She’s a nationally recognized scholar, and I look forward to working with her as we plan for the future of the college."
    What a waste of educational dollars....

    Ph.D. in political science ...

    ... received a two-year post-doctoral fellowship from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

    ... served as a Congressional Black Caucus Fellow under Congressman Sanford Bishop of Georgia

    Joined CSUN’s Pan African studies faculty in 2003—following a stretch at the University of Georgia—

    Dr. Stanford has taught courses in African American politics; social movements; the politics of hip hop; and gender, race, and class in public policy

    A typical social justice warrior taking up space and educational dollars

    According to https://transparentcalifornia.com/sa...tanford&y=2016

    She was earning Total Pay and Benefits - $140,415.62 and didn't teach summer sessions.

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    Progressives silence people with fear. About time the favor is returned.

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    "After asking students to label Donald Trump’s speech as “anti-Mexican,” “anti-Muslim,” “anti-woman,” or “all of the above” on an exam, a veteran Cal State Northridge professor says she fears for her safety and accuses the university of doing little to respond to her concerns about threatening online posts that surfaced when a few of her test questions became public."

    What a twit.

    She starts this shit storm and then expects the university to protect her and clean up her mess?

    What a Cheese.

    And she's Racist! She forgot to add "anti-Indian (feather not dot)".

    But oh yea, these black snowflake university types keep forgetting about the...

    "Other Dark Meat" (a little joke my dad used to tell).

    They don't like anyone having their attention stray off of them. Lol!

    But seriously, we Indians on a whole have more of something her people seen to lack and that's PRIDE AND RESPECT (except for the young Indian punks who get caught up in all that university Snowflake horse shit). V

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    She's a little crybully. What a wimp! She can dish it out, but she can't take it.

    She'll probably find new employment with the Dhimmtards as some political apparatchik.

    What a useless waste of money to pay this person to do their so-called "teaching."

    Can't wait until all these state insitutions are shut permanently because they can't afford to keep the lights on when hyperinflation hits later down the road.

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    When you teach Russian students you don't start talking politics. It is common sense.

    If you live in a strongly divided political country such as the States then you should also, just talk issues not who is in politics and start name throwing.
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    Dam I just new it was a nigger, just from the talking.
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    Associate Dean: right now there's a bunch of over educated, low intellignece liberals hoping their worthless paper and mountain of debt may be rewarded with something prestigious like an academic title. Being able to be an Associate Dean on linked in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bps1691 View Post
    According to https://www.csun.edu/humanities/huma...associate-dean

    She was more than a professor, she was an associated dean





    What a waste of educational dollars....

    Ph.D. in political science ...

    ... received a two-year post-doctoral fellowship from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

    ... served as a Congressional Black Caucus Fellow under Congressman Sanford Bishop of Georgia

    Joined CSUN’s Pan African studies faculty in 2003—following a stretch at the University of Georgia—

    Dr. Stanford has taught courses in African American politics; social movements; the politics of hip hop; and gender, race, and class in public policy

    A typical social justice warrior taking up space and educational dollars

    According to https://transparentcalifornia.com/sa...tanford&y=2016

    She was earning Total Pay and Benefits - $140,415.62 and didn't teach summer sessions.
    how much of this 'education' was affirmative action?

    is she qualified../ at.. anything?

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    Awww, poor thing, maybe she forgot her Safety Pin?
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    Stanford contends that she hasn’t received the guidance or support from university administrators she needs to feel safe on campus.

    I would think that the school is a "Gun Free Zone" ---she should "feel" very safe there

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeker View Post
    how much of this 'education' was affirmative action?

    is she qualified../ at.. anything?
    Thank you Zeker, my first thought also!

    Anyone who has to get a job through 'Affirmative Action' is considered worthless to me as a worker.

    Persona non grata. V

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    Propaganda one o one..... this is how it's done. In plain sight. Set up the question with all right answers, even if they are wrong. Waste of a beautiful woman.

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    glad to know where I can read her stunning article “Keepin’ It Real in Hip Hop Politics: A Political Perspective of Tupac Shakur,” certainly something that's NOT TO BE MISSED . . . such STUNNING ACHIEVEMENTS no doubt another AFFIRMATIVE ACTION ladder climber

    thanks for publishing a picture of this important world class scholar - I do SO like to see what ACADEMIC WASTE looks like.
    “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” REV 3:16

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeker View Post
    how much of this 'education' was affirmative action?

    is she qualified../ at.. anything?
    SHO NUF NAH!!!!! she be habin panafikaan duhgree anshe noallbout whendey wuz KANGZ
    “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” REV 3:16

    Raging Deplorable - we do NOT forget; we do NOT forgive; we are LEGION

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    You've been practicing your Ebonics accent, I see, Raggedyman! Very good job! A+!

    Summerthyme

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    The article was published by Campus Reform, a conservative news site that aims to expose liberal “bias” on college campuses.
    The word bias in scare quotes - as if there weren't such a thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by summerthyme View Post
    You've been practicing your Ebonics accent, I see, Raggedyman! Very good job! A+!

    Summerthyme
    I dun growed upwidit . . . ibevailable tatrnaslate tonah . . . and duh tonah doan be noyellafin
    “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” REV 3:16

    Raging Deplorable - we do NOT forget; we do NOT forgive; we are LEGION

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    Yes, Cohickman her actions actually had a consequence, only after people outside the university found out. Wonder if her next job will be flipping burgers with her students or at another progressive college or university? This might even be listed as an accomplishment on her resume.

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    And no, I don't wish her harm. Just don't want her teaching vulnerable children/young adults.
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    Guess it's hard to feel safe WHEN YOU'RE STUPID!

    The REALLY STUPID thing is that to teach K through 12 you have to have a Teaching Credential, but to teach at a college or university all you need is a degree. Oh and no REAL WORLD experience or knowledge....just book learning.

    We could seriously streamline our colleges if there was a requirement that in order to teach there you had to ACTUALLY WORK in the field for a number of years BEFORE you became a professor. That would seriously eliminate a huge bunch of bogus lame-ass made up liberal arts degrees.
    We have done so much, with so little, for so long....We can now do anything, with nothing, forever.

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