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Tuesday, July 3, 2018
University of Missouri Continues to Face Budget, Enrollment Crisis After Protests
Ed. If liberals “run”
America’s colleges and universities it appears to have included running the U. of
Missouri into the GROUND. The school continues to face severe enrollment/money
shortages after 2015 protests which garnered national news coverage.
Fights, threats and professional protestors brought onto the campus caused parents who pay the tab to say "Enough!"
article appeared in Breitbart on July 2nd
By Tom Ciccotta
The University of Missouri is still facing enrollment and
budgetary problems, including a $49 million budget shortfall, as a result of
the 2015 social justice protests that caught national media attention.
Prof. Melissa Click became the face of the radical protests
Many people remember
the high-pitched yell of former University of Missouri professor Melissa Click.
Click found herself at the center of weeks of unrest at the University of
Missouri in 2015 and 2016. Click rose to infamy
after a video of her calling for a student photojournalist to be physically
removed from campus simply because he was documenting the protests.
The protests involved
accusations by students that the administration had mishandled several alleged
racial issues on campus. One such incident, which involved reports that the Ku
Klux Klan was on campus, was proven to be a hoax.
Breitbart News reported
in April 2017 that the major Missouri institution would close a total of seven
residential buildings. “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 university said in a statement. “If necessary, we
will offer alternative employment opportunities at comparable compensation to
the remaining staff.”
Media weren't permitted in student "safe spaces"
Several years later,
the university is still facing a crisis. According to new reports,
the University of Missouri is currently facing a $49 million budget shortfall.
Additionally, the university has laid off 30 employees and eliminated 155
Senator Tom Hurst directly attributes the university’s budgetary and enrollment
issues to the 2015 protests. “Couple of years ago, whenever all the
protests were taking place on the campus, many students decided they did not
want that atmosphere and attended different universities, Hurst said. “From
what I’ve seen we did not lose those students to other states, they just went
to other universities within the state.”
“Given that it seems
like MU does not need the funding, but some of the other universities in the
State could use a little extra help because they did the right thing,” Hurst