November 15, 2012 - 1:32am
BY ANDREW SCHULMAN
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This Jesuit university just said "hell no!" to Ann Coulter huff.to/Zf3w9q
— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) November 13, 2012
After their decision to invite conservative commentator Ann Coulter to campus drew criticism from students, Fordham University's chapter of the College Republicans is examining other options for speakers to bring to the Bronx. Coulter, a University Law alum who called President Barack Obama a “retard” after one of the presidential debates, had been invited to talk at Fordham on Nov. 9. But the invitation evoked anger from students and prompted the university's president, Rev. Joseph McShane, to write a letter to the group slamming Coulter.
— Laurel Rosenhall (@LaurelRosenhall) November 14, 2012
California Gov. Jerry Brown urged the struggling University of California system on Wednesday to “get more grounded” by offering more online courses. Brown has campaigned to avoid tuition increases. On Wednesday, he compared the situation facing public universities to the financial difficulties challenging newspapers.