College Leaders Should Learn from Oberlin – Thanks to their social-justice warrior mindset, the leaders of Oberlin College have caused an Ohio jury to hit it with $44 million in compensatory and punitive damages in a case where the school.
The suit added that the college’s Professional Conduct Review Committee found that none of her actions warranted being fired.
The plaintiffs lawyers used longstanding common-law causes of action to attack Oberlin, causes of action that have long existed alongside the First Amendment and provide protection for the.
The daughter of a career Army officer, she attended public schools and went on to Oberlin College, after which she got a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced.
which accused Karega-Mason of “failing to meet the academic standards that Oberlin requires of its faculty and failing to demonstrate intellectual honesty.” The school maintained the decision followed.
and told the Oberlin Review that the new success was “kind of overwhelming and a little nerve-wracking.” It’s also well deserved. The lo-fi, low-slung rock found on the group’s four.
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