Category Archives: Terrorists on Campus

Mid-Twentieth Century Blues. Chapter Four, Part One.

Inescapable Institutional Violence   “For the beauty of strong courageous women is ugly by misogynist standards of “beauty.”      Mary Daly  Prelude Sometimes you get caught up in a cause or a battle and you cannot step away from … Continue reading

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“Mid-Twentieth Century Blues” from “Signals from Mars”

Excerpts from the book,  Final Exam Jihad.  An Opportunity for Loneliness Signals from Mars is a blog where I write about controversial issues.  Final Exam Jihad is a heartfelt attempt to explain what it was like to work as a … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Despair and Hopelessness

Cartoon Captures a Snapshot about the Failings of Higher Education Chan Lowe created a portrait of Higher Education in the United States “The American Undergrad’s Prayer.”  (I am repeating the prayer here, just in case they pull the cartoon from … Continue reading

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Destroying or eliminating General Education classes is barbaric. The Visigoths are at the door!

General Education Classes are at the Heart of Higher Education “The first act of the Islamic State was to kill the people with knowledge of Religion.” Zaid AlFares For more than two decades at my last job at a state … Continue reading

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I Met a Terrorist and I did not Believe Him!

Terrorism and Missouri and Kansas Before fatwas, before 9/11, before the Danish cartoons, before the war in Syria; before terror in France, Australia, Belgium, before ISIS, I met a terrorist.   Really, I am not kidding! Early on in my … Continue reading

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