Thursday, March 17, 2016

Following #blacklivesmatter protest at University of Missouri, enrollment falls by 25% for next semester

Last year during the fall semester of school, a massive protest involving racial bylines wreaked havoc on the campus of the University of Missouri.  And before the smoke had cleared, the University President had stepped down, and a liberal adjunct professor was fired.
But like in Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore, MD after paid activists nearly destroyed sections of both cities in what would become the #blacklivesmatter movement, it is the aftermath of these domestic terror events that is shaping the future for the long-standing college.


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