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“I was a senior at Cornell University when I was arrested for heroin possession. As an addict — a condition that began during a deep depression — I was muddling my way through classes and doing many things I would come to regret, including selling drugs to pay for my own habit. I even began dating a man with big-time drug connections that put me around large amounts of heroin. When police arrested me in 2010, I was carrying six ounces, an amount they valued at $50,000 — enough to put me in prison for up to 10 years. Cornell suspended me indefinitely and banned me from campus. I had descended from a Dean’s List student to a felon.
But instead of a decade behind bars and a life grasping for the puny opportunities America affords some ex-convicts, I got a second chance. In a plea deal, I received a sentence of 2½ years. After leaving prison, I soon got a job as a reporter at a local newspaper. Then Cornell allowed me to start taking classes again, and I graduated last month. What made my quick rebound possible?
I am white.
Second chances don’t come easily to people of color in the United States. But when you are white, society offers routes to rebuild your life.”
In the 1860s, Russian scientists dissected frogs to prove that man had no free will and that polyamory was a great idea. Russian revolutionaries decided science was cool. Everyone got in trouble with the tsar.
The rise of the finished basement had to do with the WWII-inspired development of cleaner furnaces and concrete engineering, but more importantly the desire of parents and children to ignore each other.
Undercover video catches Cornell University dean giving advice to start ISIS support club
Project Veritas has done it again, this time exposing the septic tank that is hiding in our nation’s colleges and universities. In an attempt to show just how absurdly over-the-top things have gotten at Cornell University, undercover journalists met with the assistant dean of students about starting up a club to send care packages to “freedom fighters” in ISIS.
here’s the video:
from Project Veritas:
In O’Keefe’s latest video, Scaffido is captured on hidden camera advising the Project Veritas journalist not only how to start the club, but how to obtain funding to send care packages to ISIS and Hamas, and astonishingly, how to bring a member of ISIS to Cornell to run a “training camp.” Indeed, Scaffido went as far as to say: “It’s just like bringing in a coach, to do a training on a sports team or something.”
When the Project Veritas journalist suggested that the club would support Hamas as well as ISIS, Scaffido stated: “the University [Cornell] is not going to look at different groups and say you are not allowed to support that group. Because we don’t believe in them or something like that. I think it’s just the opposite. I think the University wants the entire community to understand what’s going on in all parts of the world.”
This new Project Veritas video shockingly and frighteningly exposes that Cornell, an esteemed and storied Ivy League University, is truly detached from reality. This is particularly egregious due to the fact that Cornell has received over $300 million in federal contracts and grants since 2000 and more than $190 million from New York state taxpayers since 2012.
I love how the dean touts the “very liberal” community around Cornell that would support such a venture and even suggests that they could apply for grants to help them in their terrorist supporting activities.
“Our ambition for the upper plate was for it to serve as a pedagogical
platform for the architecture, art and planning departments – an open
condition that could trigger interaction and discussion. I am sure the
students and faculty will generate unexpected uses and conditions that
go beyond what we have planned for it.”
Striving to unravel and comprehend DNA’s biological significance, Cornell scientists have created a new computational method that can identify positions in the human genome that play a role in the proper functioning of cells, according to a report published in the journal Nature Genetics.