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rice university student paper defends message to white people on mlk: ‘you’re di


share thistagsallegations of racismblacks in americahate speechliberal biasliberal fascismliberal medialiberals vs conservativesmartin luther kingmartin luther king jrmedia biasnewspaper machineracismracistrice universitytexasthe college fixus newsa student newspaper now is defending their alleged satirical “guilt-free mlk day” coupon featured in one of its recent print issues, a feature that, in part, told white people, “you’re disgusting” and implicated all white people as accomplices to violent white supremacy.the college fix chronicled the act, printing the coupon, featured in the january 10 edition of rice university’s student newspaper the rice thresher, which read: “hey there, white people! we know. you have a day off to celebrate someone who managed to beat your system. don’t despa






ohio state teaches white students how ‘not to be racist’ because ‘only white peo


share thistagsallegations of racismblacks in americacollege educationeducationeducation departmenteducation standardseducation systemhomophobiaohioohio stateohio state universitypolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangerousracismracism is a crimeracistsexismthe college fixxenophobiaohio state university made headlines this week as details emerged from a workshop held tuesday which taught white student attendees about their “privilege,” how to not act racist, and that it’s impossible for white people to be victims of racism and only white people can be racist.the event, titled “interrupting racism: tips & tools for white people,” was one of the many programs the public university’s multicultural center will host as part of its “ally week of action,” currently underway.the center’s wo






watch this auburn university student smack down white supremacist richard spence


when white supremacist richard spencer decided to speak at auburn university despite the safety concerns of students, teachers and staff, he was met with violence as well as tough questions. one student, however, challenged spencer so perfectly.“how are white people more racially oppressed than black people? because i’m a black woman at a predominantly white institution and i want to know what challenges y’all face that i don’t?” she asked. a man behind her can be heard shouting out “affirmative action” though it was unclear if he was saying she was an affirmative action student or if that was a challenge he faces as a white man at the university. “and then another question: how did it feel when you got punched in the face at the inauguration?” she asked as the audience laughed and applaud






popsugar re-posts catholic nun joan chittister’s disgusting attack on pro-lifers


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






popsugar re-posts catholic nun joan chittister’s disgusting attack on pro-lifers


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






forbes’ mark joyella defends media bias against trump, whoopi goldberg just does


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






new global warming paper questions more climate change models as bias and wrong


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






watch this auburn university student smack down white supremacist richard spence


when white supremacist richard spencer decided to speak at auburn university despite the safety concerns of students, teachers and staff, he was met with violence as well as tough questions. one student, however, challenged spencer so perfectly.“how are white people more racially oppressed than black people? because i’m a black woman at a predominantly white institution and i want to know what challenges y’all face that i don’t?” she asked. a man behind her can be heard shouting out “affirmative action” though it was unclear if he was saying she was an affirmative action student or if that was a challenge he faces as a white man at the university. “and then another question: how did it feel when you got punched in the face at the inauguration?” she asked as the audience laughed and applaud






diane keaton defends woody allen then is attacked by judd apatow who calls out h


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






intruder attacks two in cal state san marcos dorm


a stranger forced his way into a dorm room at cal state san marcos, where he bit one person and assaulted another saturday afternoon, university officials said.the university posted a crime bulletin on its website saying that a student and a visiting friend were the victims.a man knocked on their door about 3:15 p.m. when the door was opened, the man forced his way inside and attacked the two, the bulletin said. the victims fought off the intruder, who then left.campus police described him as white, about 18, with short brown hair. he wore a turquoise shirt, blue jeans and white shoes. authorities do not know if he is a university student or how he got into the student housing.police did not release the ages or genders of the two assault victims.anyone with information about the intruder,






‘if you’re white, you’re probably racist’ | the global dispatch


share thistagsalabamaalabama crimson tideallegations of racismbill maherblacks in americahboliberal biasliberal mediamedia biasracismracistreal timereal time with bill maheruniversity of alabamathe opinions editor of the university of alabama’s campus paper, the crimson white, made headlines with her article which began: “if you’re white, you’re probably racist,” she writes in her recent op-ed, “white people must examine their own racist attitudes.”those are the words from marissa cornelius, and yes….she’s white.titled “white people must examine their own racist attitudes” the article explains.“i don’t necessarily mean you say openly bigoted things or that you like spending your weekends defending confederate monuments (though you might be that brand of racist, too),” cornelius continues.






california student samantha diaz equates milk to racism ‘we are all in part resp


share thistagsallegations of racismblacks in americacaliforniacalifornia newscalifornia statecamel milkget outlong beachmilkmilk price risesmilking cowsmother jonesosteoarthritisracismracistraw milkshia labeoufin an article for california state university-long beach’s student newspaper the daily 49er, samantha diaz, a staff writer, claims that white supremacists and neo-nazis are appropriating milk as a symbol of hate.“when you think of milk, what first comes to your mind? if you’re a millennial, you probably think of strong bones, got milk? commercials, or maybe eating your favorite cereal while watching cartoons on a saturday morning,” diaz says in her article titled “milk a new symbol of hate?”raw milk image/youtube video screen shot“what about racism? white nationalism? if you’re havin






richard fowler wrong on tamir rice, trump profanity while shannon sharpe attacks


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






how to get started with the instant pot and transform your cooking


the year before i married, i lived in cambodia teaching fifth grade to gifted rural cambodian students. i ate lunch in the cafeteria and became accustomed to eating rice every day—not the disgusting instant rice americans are used to, but good rice. i became a rice snob. since i was teaching kids whose families have been rice farmers for a millenia, can you blame me?black friday two years ago, i had my eye out for one item: a new rice cooker. mine was on the fritz, burning every batch of rice for weeks. the no. 1 appliance in the “rice cooker” category on amazon wasn’t an actual rice cooker, but a pressure cooker called an instant pot. i didn’t know the difference between a rice cooker, a slow cooker, or a pressure cooker; but the reviews were overwhelming in their enthusiasm about the mag






swastika, racist messages reported at drake university


des moines, iowa — administrators say a swastika was carved into an elevator on campus at drake university in des moines and a racist message left outside an african-american student's dorm room in a cowardly attack.the des moines register reports that the message was left on a whiteboard on the door of a first-year student over the weekend.in an email to students sunday, drake university president marty martin called the content of the message "the most offensive of racial epithets" and the vandalism "cowardly." he says the markings and message have been removed.martin encouraged anyone with information about the vandalism to report it.






new jersey teen accepted to all ivy league schools, plus stanford


seventeen-year-old ifeoma white-thorpe tells wabc that she was accepted into all eight ivy league colleges and universities, in addition to stanford.white-thorpe heads the student government and takes advanced placement courses at morris hills high school. she says she wants to study biology and go into global health policy but hasn't decided which school to attend.she says the decision could come down to which school offers the most financial aid.her parents, andre and patricia white-thorpe, say the decision is up to her.the ivy league is made of up brown university, columbia university, cornell university, dartmouth college, harvard university, the university of pennsylvania, princeton university and yale university.






how to make perfect rice without a recipe


here's how to make perfect rice on the stove top without a recipe. works with white or brown rice. best for weeknight stir-fries, rice bowls, burritos, or served plain as a simple rice side dish.if all you need is a plain bowl of rice to serve with dinner, this is the easiest, most foolproof method that i know.you don’t need measuring cups, a recipe, or even a specific water-to-rice ratio — just cover the rice with a few inches of water, bring it to a boil, then simmer until the rice is tender. drain the rice, return it to the pot, and let it steam in its own residual heat until you’re ready to serve.super easy, right? it’s nothing fancy, but i promise that it gets the job done.i first learned this rice-cooking method in culinary school. as someone who always seems to burn the rice at the






new jersey teen accepted to all ivy league schools, stanford


denville, n.j. — a new jersey high school senior has her pick of any ivy league school, plus stanford university.seventeen-year-old ifeoma white-thorpe tells wabc that she was accepted into all eight ivy league colleges and universities, in addition to stanford.white-thorpe heads the student government and takes advanced placement courses at morris hills high school. she says she wants to study biology and go into global health policy but hasn't decided which school to attend.she says the decision could come down to which school offers the most financial aid.her parents, andre and patricia white-thorpe, say the decision is up to her.the ivy league is made of up brown university, columbia university, cornell university, dartmouth college, harvard university, the university of pennsylvania,






america, your campuses are madhouses. why are we paying for this?


several recent demonstrations at various colleges across the country illustrate nicely the incoherent temper-tantrum style of politics that currently dominates campus life.at the university of oregon, the school’s president was delivering his yearly state of the university address when student protesters stormed the stage babbling about “neo-nazis” and “fascism.” they chanted things like “shame.” one student announced: “expect resistance to anyone who opposes us.” the protestors needn’t have worried about any opposition: the school cancelled the president’s speech and beat a hasty retreat.at virginia tech late last month, protesters showed up at that president’s state of the university address as well, accusing him of employing a “white supremacist,” chanting “nazis get off our campus” and






susan rice lays out how trump’s war on facts poses a ‘profound’ national securit


on tuesday, former national security adviser susan rice warned that president donald trump’s claim the obama administration and/or british intelligence spied on the trump campaign is a national security risk.“these false statements from the white house are part of a disturbing pattern of behavior that poses real and potentially profound dangers to u.s. national security,” the former security official wrote in the washington post. in the op-ed, rice points out that part of america’s role on the world stage is to provide sturdy leadership—the understanding that the “united states is steady, rational and fact-based.”rice accused donald trump of betraying that trust. “so, when a white house deliberately dissembles and serially contorts the facts, its actions pose a serious risk to america’s gl






condoleezza rice on russia, putin and trump


this morning jane pauley has questions for, and answers from, condoleezza rice, a first-hand eyewitness to huge changes overseas and here at home:her eight years in the white house, as national security advisor and secretary of state, were perhaps preordained. from the age of four, condoleezza rice (an only child) was president of her family. playvideosunday morningcondi rice on 2016 election, "hamilton" in this preview of an interview to air on "sunday morning," host jane pauley asks former secretary of state condoleezza rice to define the semina... "i was elected every year," she said. "and it had real responsibilities. for instance, if we were going to leave for denver from alabama, i'd call a family meeting. we'd decide when we were leaving, what were we taking for food, all of those s






shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce recipe


1 prepare your workspace: fill a wide, shallow bowl, like a pasta bowl, with lukewarm water. lightly wet the surface of a cutting board. this helps prevent the rice paper from sticking onto the board.have all your ingredients prepped and arranged in bowls near your workspace. brush a serving platter with a very light coating of sesame oil or neutral-flavored oil and place it near your work surface; the oil will help prevent the finished rolls from sticking to the platter.2 soften the rice paper wrapper: dip one of the rice paper wrappers into the water and swirl it around until the entire surface is evenly moistened (20 to 40 seconds or so). it should start to feel softened and malleable. if the rice paper rips or tears, you softened it for too long; discard and start again with a fresh wr






claas welcomes pakistani parliament’s calls for reform of blasphemy laws after s


share thistagsblasphemychristian persecutionislamislamic bondislamic extremistsislamic hardlinersislamic prayerislamic stateislamistsmuslims attack christiansnasir saeedpakistanpersecutedpersecuted christianspersecutionpunjabsocial mediasocialismworld newsclaas has welcomed calls from the pakistani parliament to reform the country’s controversial blasphemy laws.it comes after a university student was killed by a mob on april 14 after being accused of the offence which carries the death penalty for insulting islam.a resolution passed by the national assembly condemned the lynching and stated that safeguards must be included in the law to stop it being abused in the future.pakistan’s top court is investigating the murder of the student from abdul wali khan university in north-western pakista






virginia senator mark warner texted putin lobbyist adam waldman to connect with


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






colorado state university ends ‘unconstitutional policies’ penalizing pro-life v


share thistagsabortionalliance defending freedomcasey mattoxcensorshipcoloradocolorado stateeducationeducation systemfree speechfreedom of associationfreedom of consciencefreedom of expressionfreedom of religionfreedom of speechno free speechpro-lifereligionreligion newsstudents for life of americatyson langhoferus constitutioncolorado state university has agreed to drop unconstitutional policies that enabled university officials to deny a student organization’s funding request strictly because of the group’s pro-life views. as part of the settlement ending a lawsuit that alliance defending freedom attorneys filed on behalf of the campus chapter of students for life, the university has agreed to overhaul its policies to ensure that all student groups will have equal access to mandatory stu






millennials claim student loan debt, global warming worse than north korea | the


share thistags$1 trillion platinum coinblame global warmingchristian persecutionclimate changecollege educationeducationeducation costseducation systemglobal warmingglobal warming hoaxglobal warming legislationkim jong unmillennial generationnorth koreapersecutedpersecuted christianspersecutionstudent loanstudent loan debtstudent loansstudent loans interest to doubleworld newsamerica’s millennials, the largest living generation in the world, appear to be really stressed out about their student loan debt, so much so that they think it’s about as bad as their greatest fear — global warming. even more shocking is that these are greater concerns than the murderous and oppressive north korean regime.in a new survey released by lendedu, which charts the impacts of loans and student financial aid






controversial "white americans" flier at university of texas at arlington pulled


arlington, texas -- a controversial flier appeared on the university of texas at arlington campus that asks “white americans” to report “any and all” illegal immigrants, cbs dallas / fort worth reports.the school is taking down the fliers after students said they appeared on a message board inside the university commons. a view of the controversial flier posted around the university of texas at arlington. cbs dallas / fort worth the group behind the message appears to be protesting the possibility of uta becoming a “sanctuary campus.” the term “sanctuary city” refers to cities that follow certain procedures to shelter illegal immigrants. playvideocbsnjudge blocks trump's order on sanctuary cities a federal judge in california has blocked a trump administration order that aimed to withhold






s. carolina grad covering white house for washington post


columbia, s.c. (ap) — a south carolina native and graduate of the university of south carolina’s journalism program is soon taking on a prominent reporting role at the washington post.on monday, 27-year-old josh dawsey joins the paper’s white house reporting team.dawsey grew up in aynor and graduated in 2012 from the university of south carolina, where he was editor-in-chief of the daily gamecock student paper and earned a bachelor’s in journalism. for the past year, he has been a white house reporter for politico.prior to that, dawsey covered politics for the wall street journal for four years, writing about gov. chris christie and state issues before moving to new york city to cover mayor bill de blasio.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






5 things to expect in your second year at university the global dispatch


share thistagscareer planningcollege educationcommon core educationeducationeducation departmenteducation standardseducation systemeducational systemjobsjobs numbersmost people never talk about the second year at university. they often discuss the excitement of the freshman or the intensity of becoming a junior or senior, but what about your sophomore year? photo pixabaycheck out the five things to expect in your second year at university.you might be a little bit disappointed to learn that your workload is set to get much greater. yet, it will soon become a reality so it’s important you enter your sophomore year in the right mindset. forget partying late at night and skipping classes, as you will need to knuckle down and work hard to achieve your degree. expect to create your own essay ti






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






san diego state concedes to students request, allows ‘gender affirming therapy’


published on: sat, oct 7th, 2017 hometown news / politics / us news | by kaye wonderhouse share thistagsaztecberkeleycaliforniacalifornia newscisgendergay pridegay rightsgaysgender discriminationgender identitygender studiesgender-neutral languagegenderqueerhomosexual propagandalgbtpolitical correctnesspolitical correctness dangeroussan diegosan diego countysan diego state universitythe college fixtransgenderuc berkeleyuc san diegouniversity of pennsylvaniaat the request of its students, san diego state university provides “gender affirming therapy” to students on its campus who identify as transgender, previously called gender dysphoria.the public university’s student health services offers the therapy, one of many university programs nationwide that cater to transgender student populatio






adf backs students rallying support for christian student group kicked off unive


share thistagsalliance defending freedombusinesscaleb daltoncensorshipchristianchristianitydemocratsfirst amendmentfree speechfreedom of consciencefreedom of expressionfreedom of religioniowajewsjudaismno free speechreligious freedomrepublicanstyson langhoferwar on christianityalliance defending freedom attorneys have filed a friend-of-the-court brief in federal court on behalf of five campus religious organizations in support of a christian student group that the university of iowa derecognized because of its leadership faith requirement.public domain image/piotr vagla waglowski, http://www.vagla.plthe constitution of business leaders in christ requires all student leaders agree with the core values contained in its statement of faith. in 2017, the university stripped the group of its off






correction: jesuit college-kkk confusion story


worcester, mass. — in a story march 10 about a college newspaper considering a name change because its current name is the same as a ku klux klan publication, the associated press reported erroneously on how many letters promoting white supremacist ideas the student paper received. the editor says it got only one such letter, not more than one.a corrected version of the story is below:student newspaper considers name change after kkk confusiona jesuit college newspaper in massachusetts is rethinking its name because it's the same as a ku klux klan publicationworcester, mass. (ap) — a jesuit college newspaper in massachusetts is rethinking its name because it's the same as a ku klux klan publication.student editors at the crusader newspaper at the college of the holy cross say they received






university cancels ‘fake news’ panel: bill whittle is a racist, islamophobe the


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






univ of minnesota issues ‘religious diversity’ memo to staff to censor ‘inapprop


university of minnesota officials recently distributed a document titled, “religious diversity and the holidays,” to employees and student workers advising them to keep “inappropriate religious celebrations” out of public spaces. the document was distributed at the university as part of a “dean’s dialogues: respecting religious diversity in cfans and at the university” event within the college of food, agricultural and natural resource sciences.the handout, which originated from the school’s equal opportunity and affirmative action office, encouraged recipients “to recognize the holidays in ways that are respectful of the diversity of the university community.” it listed several specific examples of “religious iconography” that were inappropriate for gatherings and displays at this time of






ex-student files suit over handling of sex assault case


huntington, w.va. (ap) — a former student at marshall university has filed a federal lawsuit against the university’s board of governors, claiming that the school’s decision to allow the man she accused of sexual assault to remain a student for months during a lengthy appeals process forced her to abandon her education at marshall.the herald-dispatch reports the lawsuit was filed wednesday.in 2017, joseph hardin entered a kennedy plea to misdemeanor battery. a kennedy plea allows a conviction without the defendant admitting guilt or explaining his role in a crime.senior vice president for communications and marketing ginny painter said the university hadn’t yet received the complaint and doesn’t speak on the specifics of pending litigation. but, painter said the university would defend its






student activists seek inclusion on campus anti-hate panel


upper marlboro, md. — young members of the naacp are calling on the university of maryland to include student activists on a task force the school is forming after the stabbing death of a black student from a neighboring university.police are investigating the death of u.s. army 2nd lt. richard collins as a possible hate crime. the white university of maryland student charged in the attack was a member of a racist facebook group.university president wallace loh announced the task force last week to help "combat hate and create a safer campus."recent graduate yanet amanuel said tuesday that it's important for student activists to be included because they highlighted concerns about racial hostility before collins' death. students in the protectumd coalition have criticized the university for






best writing services for academic study | the global dispatch


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students want white nationalist punished for punching woman in berkeley


turlock, calif. -- an online petition calling on california state university, stanislaus to take a stronger stand against a white nationalist on campus is gaining steam, cbs sacramento reports. the petition was created after student nathan damigo, a known supporter of the alt-right, participated in a violent demonstration in berkeley, california. damigo was caught on video punching a woman in the face.the petition calls on the school to “take a stand against hate speech, violence, and white supremacy,” and has more than 160 supporters. damigo found himself in hot water in october when he launched a campaign to recruit members to his white-only group, identity europe. he described it as “a message of empowerment to people of european heritage.”members of the group behind the petition say th






fbi investigates possible hate crime in student's fatal stabbing


a university of maryland student is charged with first-degree murder in death of a bowie state university student.        






student activists seek inclusion on campus anti-hate panel


upper marlboro, md. (ap) — young members of the naacp are calling on the university of maryland to include student activists on a task force the school is forming after the stabbing death of a black student from a neighboring university.police are investigating the death of u.s. army 2nd lt. richard collins as a possible hate crime. the white university of maryland student charged in the attack was a member of a racist facebook group.university president wallace loh announced the task force last week to help “combat hate and create a safer campus.”recent graduate yanet amanuel said tuesday that it’s important for student activists to be included because they highlighted concerns about racial hostility before collins’ death. students in the protectumd coalition have criticized the universit






edinburgh university blames a system error for 'failed degree' emails


image copyrightcalum mackieimage caption the email received by english literature and history student calum mackie edinburgh university has blamed a "system error" after final year students were sent an email which said they would not graduate this summer. the email claimed each candidate had not achieved sufficient credits to receive their degree.students have now been told to ignore the message, which was sent out in the early hours of thursday. the university has insisted there was no breach of their systems and no student data has been compromised.a university spokesperson said: "our preliminary investigation suggests that these emails were regrettably issued as a result of a system error."there was no breach of our systems and no student data was compromised. the university has writte






edinburgh university blames a system error for 'failed degree' emails


image copyrightcalum mackieimage caption the email received by english literature and history student calum mackie edinburgh university has blamed a "system error" after final year students were sent an email which said they would not graduate this summer. the email claimed each candidate had not achieved sufficient credits to receive their degree.students have now been told to ignore the message, which was sent out in the early hours of thursday. the university has insisted there was no breach of their systems and no student data has been compromised.a university spokesperson said: "our preliminary investigation suggests that these emails were regrettably issued as a result of a system error."there was no breach of our systems and no student data was compromised. the university has writte






university of minnesota police investigate flier with two swastikas posted on ca


university of minnesota police are investigating the latest of several recent incidents involving anti-semitic postings on the minneapolis campus.social media on friday captured the image of a flier taped to a pole inviting people to the neo-nazi website the daily stormer.the flier, marked with two swastikas, reads: “white man are you sick and tired of the jews destroying your country through mass immigration and degeneration ... join us in the struggle for global white supremacy at the daily stormer.”university officials said friday that police are aware of the incident and are investigating.on thursday, university of minnesota police arrested a student for allegedly vandalizing a public area of a residence hall with anti-semitic graffiti.the 18-year-old student from st. cloud faces a cha






a black student, a glue gun and a lockdown prompt heated debate over race at a p


on monday night, colgate university officials warned that there was an armed person on campus, and advised people to find a safe place. for several hours, the campus remained locked down.everyone was safe. there was no gunman, police later determined. but many students were angry when they learned the reason for the alarm: someone called police when they saw a black student who had a glue gun that he was using for a school project.the incident reignited a debate over race at the private liberal-arts college in hamilton, new york.in an email to the campus community tuesday morning, school officials wrote: “the events of last night have been deeply distressing to the community.” after the lockdown, they wrote, “at a large gathering at the chapel, which did not conclude until after 2 a.m., ma






change your student loan and save money the global dispatch


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