I'm bracing myself with all of the news coverage and my fellow creator's article- quick enough for a response. One professor was wondering where I've been when the past Friday's forum took place; he commented about students ranting with a protest. An old classmate- current graduate student of the same campus- has been reaching out to me, too.
According to Cory Zurowski of City Pages, "those already enrolled will be allowed to finish their degrees, but the school won't allow new students to take up the suspended curricula."
The University Chancellor defended the decision would have 3% of all enrolled students affected in the suspended majors, and it could face budget deficient costing 2.6 million dollars. Those facts "doesn't catch on down South" as John A. Tures puts it to shame on Wisconsin government raising money for a new NBA arena of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Noting a few facts helps me to be straight-forward before I go to campus for an upcoming sit-in and rally.