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A 16-year-old then "interjected himself into the situation," authorities said.The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office is reviewing the deputy's use of pepper spray in the incident. At Evergreen State that has actually meant: invading a professor's class to taunt him with charges of racism; occupying the library and the college president's office while the campus police, ordered to stand down, barricade themselves in their headquarters; delivering F-bombs, derision, and assorted demands—firing the police chief, confiscating the guns of the rest of the police, setting up mandatory race-oriented "cultural competency" training for the faculty, excusing the protesters from their end-of-term assignments, and providing free gumbo for a radical potluck—to the cornered president, George Bridges; and creating such a threatening atmosphere for the professor in question, evolutionary biologist Bret Weinstein (another target of the firing demands), that he had to hold his class on May 25 in a public park in downtown Olympia. Since May 23, the 4,089-student public liberal arts college in Olympia, Washington, has been embroiled in what the media euphemistically call "student protests" over perceived racial grievances.Natural and computational sciences escape island in annual Raft Debate Armed with his tousled wig, bountiful box of donuts and distinctly fervent enthusiasm, Associate Professor of Chemistry Doug Young bore the attire of Buddy the Elf as he claimed his hard-fought victory for the natural and computational sciences at William & Mary’s annual Raft Debate.At the symposium: Two lasers and a focus on climate change The center of our solar system is not located in Room 1243 at William & Mary’s Integrated Science Center, but if you’re a molecule of brown carbon, it may as well be.
The meeting opened with this exchange between a female protester and Bridges: "All of us are students and have homework and projects and things due. I have not done it yet, I will do it right now." "So they need to be told that these assignments won't be done on time, and we don't need to be penalized for that." Jeers and general derision followed, as Bridges tried to shush them with his free hand and make himself heard. I have claustrophobia." That psychological condition might have resonated with the high achievers at Whitman. that Friday, May 26, "you need to pay for a potluck." Bridges was amenable to that order, too: "We'll be paying for a potluck anyway," he replied. Evergreen, for example, proudly bills itself as "progressive" on its website.The study of chemistry has a long and rich history at the College of William & Mary, with references dating back to Thomas Jefferson.Today the Chemistry Department offers one of the nation's premier undergraduate programs, ranking nationally amongst the top programs in the number of degrees approved by the American Chemical Society, and typically producing more majors every year than any other predominantly undergraduate institution in the country.If a photo posted on Instagram is to be taken at face value, it has also meant wielding baseball bats and posing ominously on the balconies of student apartments.The videos, made on the phones of Evergreen State students, were ubiquitous as the activities of the 200 or so protesters culminated in a literal shutdown of the college (Evergreen State suspended operations from the afternoon of June 1 to the afternoon of June 5, even though it had been scheduled to hold the last of its spring-term classes on those days, after someone made a 911 call threatening to shoot up the campus with a .44 Magnum).