No middle eastern influence, of course. And the fact that UNC is building a major college campus in the ME has no undue influence on their "required reading" or policies. Now, when UNC starts closing down for Ramadan, that will just be co-winke-dink, too.
posted on 11/24/2002 6:20:01 AM PST
And the fact that UNC is building a major college campus in the ME
posted on 11/24/2002 7:13:27 AM PST
Funny 'bout them Co-winkie-dinks.. Suppose UNC administrators were "forced" by them foreign religious leaders to do this awareness crap so as to be able to obtain permission to build a school to enlighten minds in the ME?(read: a new really big source of "tuition" from the ME). I guess their definition of required IS different when who requires it is the one providing the funding and the matter is not the subject of a lawsuit....
Even funnier is the Academia's claim of "but rather to try to get them to do the assigned reading," he said."
My understanding of REQUIRED when I was in school was that grades would suffer if you did not attend. If the Catholic church had attempted to create such a "instructional setting", we clearly would have heard about it.
Pookie & ME
posted on 11/24/2002 9:31:21 AM PST
by Pookie Me
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