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If you were a vice-president at the University of Louisville…

… you’d hit the bottle too.


[Darrell] Griffith’s boss, Dr. David Dunn, the executive vice president for health sciences and U of L’s top doctor, was placed on leave earlier this month pending the outcome of an FBI and campus investigation into whether he misused university funds.

Margaret Soltan, December 30, 2015 9:31AM
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3 Responses to “If you were a vice-president at the University of Louisville…”

  1. AYY Says:

    Since you mentioned U of Louisville, this is from Instapundit (12/29), who quotes an op-ed by a U of Louisville law school prof. The link didn’t work so here’s a quote:

    “Louisville Law Prof Objects To ‘Chinese Mind Control’ Diversity Training.

    A couple of years ago, the acting dean of the law school ordered all law faculty and staff to attend “diversity training” sponsored by the vice president for diversity. At that training, we were first asked to identify our religious preferences: Would everyone who is Catholic please stand up? Would everyone who is Jewish please stand up? Would everyone who is agnostic please stand up? Would everyone who is atheist please stand up? We were then asked to identify our sexual orientation. Would everyone who is gay please stand up? Would everyone who is a lesbian please stand up? We were asked then asked to stand if we were disabled.

    The session was conducted like Chinese mind-control training. Before the first group was asked to stand up, we were instructed that we were expected to clap for each group, and we were told that polite clapping was simply insufficient. For each group, we were required to clap and affirm with a “woo-hoo” level of vigor. Thus, devout Catholics were required to go “woo-hoo” for agnostics and atheists, agnostics were required to do likewise for Catholics, and heterosexual individuals were required to go “woo-hoo” for gays and lesbians.

    Group speak was the agenda of the day. Individuality and, indeed, diversity of thought were adamantly discouraged.”

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    AYY: Laughing out loud here. Louisville is now the official Randolph Churchill of schools. When Evelyn Waugh heard that doctors had removed a benign tumor from Randolph Churchill, he wrote in his diary:

    A typical triumph of modern science to find the only part of Randolph that was not malignant and remove it.

  3. theprofessor Says:

    Isn’t asking the disabled to stand up kind of a macroaggression?

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