University Preservation at What Cost?: Continued Lessons from Michigan State University

Sincerely fell bad for any Michigan State University almuni reading this. You all have read, seen, and been inundated with enough reports, trial coverage, and PR emails to placate the obvious concerns raised from the fallout of indictments of concerning Continue reading University Preservation at What Cost?: Continued Lessons from Michigan State University

University [and Education] for Sale: Yes, Universities are For-Profit

Many average American students and their family and friends were appalled and dismayed at modern higher educational institutions after hearing in August, 2016 that a slew of for-profit colleges, especially ITT Technical Institute and Devry University, were barred from further Continue reading University [and Education] for Sale: Yes, Universities are For-Profit

Professorial Ethics: Student-Advisor Relations, Judith Butler, and Group Affiliation Commentary

On August 16, 2018, Nimrod Reitman, a former graduate student of New York University (NYU), filed a lawsuit against the university and his former adviser, professor of German and comparative literature, Avital Ronell. In the lawsuit, Reitman claimed that  while a PhD Continue reading Professorial Ethics: Student-Advisor Relations, Judith Butler, and Group Affiliation Commentary