Trump’s handling of nationwide protests after death of George Floyd in Minneapolis: 30% approve, 58% disapprove. #mulawpoll — MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) June 24, 2020
So R+4 (STOP LAUGHING!).
Discussions on race —
Marquette University has removed Susannah Bartlow, director of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. Poor Bartlow. She’s a scapegoat in a way. Bartlow was just carrying out what has become the New Order at Marquette, yet she has to take the blame when Marquette once again finds itself disgraced in the national spotlight. Via Susannah…
the higher administration doesn’t fully comprehend what they have put in place. Rather, the top administrators are proud of their “initiatives” about “diversity” and “inclusion” and “gender and sexuality.” They have pandered to the politically correct, and now are embarrassed at what the politically correct have done. Via Campus Mural of Cop Killer: Marquette Responds…
Via Marquette University puts up a mural honoring a convicted cop murderer who escaped from prison and fled to Cuba @ Althouse.
Via At the swearing-in ceremony for Marquette University Law School graduates, only the justices who voted for Patience Roggensack appear @ Althouse.
Via Marquette and Kirsten Powers – ‘The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech’ @ FREEDOM EDEN.
Via Yet More Feminist Nonesense: Trigger Warnings @ Marquette Warrior.
Via Marquette Urges Public Financing of Bucks Arena @ Boots & Sabers.
Via UW holds steady, Marquette drops in latest US News law school rankings @ JS Proof and Hearsay Blog.
Via As Scott Walker mulls White House bid, questions linger over college exit @ The Washington Post.
Via Thou Shalt Not Dissent (McAdams, That Means YOU!!) @ Dad29.
Via MU professor John McAdams says he’s facing termination @ JS School Zone Blog.
Is this a case where the newly-installed President of MU took some seriously flawed advice and pulled the trigger without checking with counsel? Was he so busy carrying on with the Bucks and with Dwayne Wade that he just sorta nodded a vague approval of schmeissing McAdams without due diligence? Or did the decision come…
The Right Scoop on Twitter Marquette university professor “relieved of his teaching duties” over gay rights debate http://t.co/bVZArmFznN
Via Professor suspended after criticizing ethics TA on gay marriage @ JS School Zone Blog.
Via Marquette U. Steps Off the Deep End @ Dad29.
The university is continuing to review your conduct and during this period–and until further notice–you are relieved of all teaching duties and all other faculty activities, including, but not limited to, advising, committee work, faculty meetings and any activity that would involve your interaction with Marquette students, faculty and staff. Should any academic appeals arise…
In 2010, Marquette’s law school received 2,301 applications for 247 spots. For the current class, there were 1,260 applicants for 209 spots. Via Marquette Law School among those wooing prospective students @ JS School Zone Blog.
Out over the weekend, a nasty attack on this blog by several Marquette Arts & Sciences Department chairs – and signed onto by a handful of Marquette faculty – posted on a blog that has been dedicated, for the last few days, to harassing us. It resulted from our reporting of the misconduct of a…
Via Marquette Prof: “Some Opinions Are Not Appropriate” When Discussing Gay Marriage, Rights @ Right Wisconsin.
Via Marquette fundraising in fiscal 2014 exceeds last year’s total by nearly 30% @ JS School Zone.
Via Marquette Philosophy Professor Reprimanded for “Sexism” for Using the Phrase “Girls Night Out” @ Marquette Warrior.
Via 620 WTMJ.
Renee Graber graduated from Marquette University nearly two years ago with a major in broadcast and electronic communication and a minor in film studies. After trying to find her footing in Los Angeles, she returned to Milwaukee where she found herself working with Matt Sabady, a 23-year-old with high-functioning autism, at a local Milwaukee start-up…
Via CBS Sports.
Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Via Wisconsin Law Journal.
Via Wisconsin Radio Network.