Students demanded Tom Rochon's retirement for his handling of racial tensions on campus.
The descent of the Republican presidential debate into new lows of demagoguery highlighted the emptiness of political discourse. And across the country, communities experienced the torrential downpours, record temperatures, floods, droughts, and firestorms predicted by climate change models. But 2015 also brought breakthroughs.
To President Rochon, the board of trustees, and all administrators: we are closely watching what is taking place on campus, and we will remain vocal and active in making sure that our alma mater progresses in the right direction.
If students of color insistently demand that they are being neglected and trivialized, and there is "no one" there to hear
Some call the problems we are facing on our campuses exaggerated and our efforts naïve. We are not overreacting and we are not irrational. We are demanding what students deserved generations earlier.
In recent weeks, there have been several racist incidents at the New York school.
Members of the organization, which aims to bridge the gap between generations through companionship, decided on "A Night
Speech policing advocates forget that there is incredible value in knowing what people actually think, unfiltered. Believing you can conquer racism, bias and bigotry by rooting out microaggressions and enforcing self-censorship and uptightness is like taking Xanax for syphilis.
Young adults are not leaving home these days, or they are boomeranging back, as many parents well know. Indeed, the successful launch of the young is occurring later and later.
"It is in your interest to work together with us to make sure this kind of ugliness does not publicly define your school
Entry 16: "The result of the kid running around with an ax" School: Cortland (obviously) Submitted by: @jmaucerixo pic.twitter.com
When the Jobs of Tomorrow Don't Exist Today: Jeff Selingo on College, Liberal Arts, and the Possible Future
"How do I know that my son or daughter has learned something in your class? You tell me, 'Well, you know, he got an A, he showed up every day, and he was here for 15 weeks. He must have learned something.' Yet we want to know that there's value."
Students of journalism should be taught how to use iPads effectively to convey messages, record content and surreptitiously post to the Internet.
Ithaca College freshman Victoria Cheng, 17, was discovered deceased in the snow behind her house, the Associated Press reports