- Nov 2, 2013
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I like the ad on the page: The snake, instead of "Don't tread on me" it said, "Don't cough on me."
I know of other schools that started by closing the classrooms, then subsequently closing the dormitories and sending students home. However, they typically make exceptions, presumably for international students or others for whom moving out so quickly might cause hardship.
To put the most charitable spin on this, is that what Liberty is doing? Or is it actually the way it appears in the media stories I've seen: reopening the dormitories for anyone who wants to move back in?
(And how many reprimands does The Liberty Way prescribe for passing on a pandemic virus while in residence?)
I am a grad from the early 80's and no longer support the place because of coverups. But you Sir are throwing a blanket statements over every grad, etc.
Yes, it is a blanket statement, however there are always exceptions of course. Most statements are meant to be general in nature, and not literally 100% inclusive. But overall, there is enough evidence to support my view of the situation. HAC gards seem to have much more of their share of sexual perversion problems than most. LU has some of the same problem, but not near the percentage of HAC. I think it has a lot to do with how the leadership values the female contributions/worth to the church.I am a grad from the early 80's and no longer support the place because of coverups. But you Sir are throwing a blanket statements over every grad, etc.
LU had Trump speak at their convocation and graduation. Nothing is worse than having Trump speak at your school.