Georgetown Law professor Sandra Sellers, who was captured on video discussing the performance of Black students, is no longer affiliated with the university, the law school dean said Thursday. Georgetown University Law students and alumni had called for the professor's firing after a video of two Georgetown Law professors discussing the performance of Black students in their class went viral. A petition by the university's Black Law Student Association demanding the school take action and terminate the professor had collected more than 1, signatures. The conversation was filmed and posted to the online database Panopto, where students can access recordings. The video is no longer available on the platform.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. March 12, pm Updated March 12, pm. But at higher levels, the only thing they care about is how many new centers and institutes they open, never any concern about common student issues. And we just have to live with the consequences.
The start of college is an exhilarating time. While the definition of a hookup is vague — ranging in meaning from kissing to sexual intercourse — it seems that the culture of hooking up is embedded in campuses everywhere. Among all undergraduates surveyed in the study, not a single student said that they felt their peers valued saving sex for marriage, and only 7 percent said that their friends valued saving sex for committed, loving relationships.