UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI LOSES MORE STUDENTS, SHUT DOWN 3 MORE DORMS – THANKS TO PROMOTING BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTS IN 2016

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Big mistake! University of Missouri enrollment continues to plunge, will shut down three more dorms, after campus protests of 2016 promoting Black Lives Matter radicals believing ( typical left-wing logic ) it would boost its appeal to students.

 

The College Fix reported:

Mizzou enrollment plunge continues: Three more dorms shutting down next year

The public university that gave us Melissa “Muscle” Click – and announced open season on student journalists that try to cover social justice warriors – continues to suffer fallout from the November 2015 melee.

The University of Missouri is shutting down three dorms next year because of low freshman enrollment, The Maneater reports.

Technically they are being taken “offline” to see if enrollment bumps back up, and “most or all” staff will keep their jobs, Residential Life Director Frankie Minor said in an email obtained by the paper:

“Historically every year between now and August, various situations occur that result in position openings, e.g. normal attrition and voluntary staff choices, as well as unplanned academic or personal challenges,” the email said. “If necessary, we will offer alternative employment opportunities at comparable compensation to the remaining staff.”

 

 

One thought on “UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI LOSES MORE STUDENTS, SHUT DOWN 3 MORE DORMS – THANKS TO PROMOTING BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTS IN 2016

    Brittius said:
    April 28, 2017 at 11:11 pm

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