(CAMPUS REFORM) -- A former adjunct associate professor at Syracuse University issued a scathing condemnation of academia after leaving his post over the university’s abandonment of free speech.
Stuart Card, who is also “a practicing engineer/entrepreneur,” wrote that the time he spent teaching was a net financial loss, but that he cherished “the privilege of helping students sharpen their critical thinking skills and prepare themselves to contribute to our world.”
When a video of fraternity brothers at Syracuse making disturbing and offensive remarks became public, the campus “descended within minutes into an orgy of political correctness,” wrote Card. The fraternity claims that the video captured a satirical skit and did not represent its members’ views, but this was largely ignored.
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