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They must not teach courage in college.
Amid a week-long national uproar over the California State University, Fresno, professor, who decided the death of former first lady Barbara Bush was a fine time to unleash a string of vicious insults against the deceased and her family, Fresno State President Joseph Castro waited until Tuesday to announce his decision in the case.
Let’s just say he didn’t cover himself with glory.
In the statement , Castro had a lot to say about the vindictive, petty string of Twitter postings literature professor Randa Jarrar published after Bush’s death.
He called them “insensitive, inappropriate and an embarrassment to the university.”
He said they were “disgraceful.”
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And then he said the university wouldn’t lift a finger to do anything about it.
“Immediately following Professor Jarrar’s tweets last Tuesday, we carefully reviewed the facts and consulted with CSU counsel to determine whether we could take disciplinary action,” Castro wrote.
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Should this professor still have a job?
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”After completing this process, we have concluded that Professor Jarrar did not violate any CSU or university policies and that she was acting...
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