Campus Reform – Georgia Southern University will mandate that all students take “diversity and inclusion” courses. Under the new curriculum, all first and second-year students will be required to take the yet-to-be-announced courses, according to the student newspaper The George-Anne.
This move is a result of diversity and inclusion resolution, passed by the GSU Student Government Association. GSU SGA Senator-at-Large Keyshawn Housey, members of the GSU National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and members of the National Pan-hellenic Council (NPHC), a collaborative organization of African American fraternities and sororities, authored the resolution.
This is exactly when, after 35 years in academia serving as professor, dean, provost I left this cesspool.
This is exactly why, after 35 years in academia serving as professor, dean, provost, I left this cesspool.