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  • Group Alleges CSUN Professor Used Public Property To Back Israel Boycott

    09/25/2013 2:11:57 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 10 replies
    CBSLA.com) ^ | September 25, 2013 11:22 AM
    LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Protesters Wednesday voiced their concerns to California State University (CSU) officials about the alleged misuse of public university property to support a boycott of Israel. Members of the nonprofit AMCHA Initiative have issued a letter to the CSU Board of Trustees about CSU Northridge Mathematics Professor David Klein and the alleged use of his official CSUN email account to promote the Campaign To End Israel Apartheid and a U.S. Congressional candidate who supports it. AMCHA co-founder Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, who described the group as a grassroots effort to raise awareness about anti-Semitism on U.S. college campuses, was...
  • Merkel allies win in Bavaria a week before German election

    09/15/2013 2:50:29 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 5 replies
    Reuters ^ | 09/15/2013 | Christian Hetzner
    Angela Merkel's allies swept to victory in a state election in Bavaria on Sunday, regaining the absolute assembly majority they lost in 2008 and providing a show of conservative strength for the chancellor a week before Germany goes to the polls. The Christian Social Union (CSU), sister party of Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU), won 49 percent according to TV projections, putting them back more firmly in the saddle of the prosperous southern state they have governed for 56 years.
  • ‘Foreigner toll’ makes waves in German election squabble

    08/15/2013 5:35:00 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 3 replies
    EurActiv ^ | 13 August 2013
    A political proposal to impose road tolls on foreign car drivers has become a feature of the German election campaign, but the European Commission made clear yesterday (12 August) that it would not accept any measure which amounts to discrimination on the ground of nationality. EurActiv Germany contributed to this article. Horst Seehofer, head of the Christian-Social Union (CSU) which is the Bavarian sister party of (Angela) Merkel’s CDU, has been requesting for many years that road tolls be introduced for foreign car drivers, using German, or at least Bavarian roads. Over the weekend he renewed his request, adding that...
  • Three sustain minor injuries from Fort Collins block party

    04/28/2013 9:20:45 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 13 replies
    www.collegian.com ^ | April 28, 2013 | By Collegian Staff
    Fifteen police units and a SWAT van were spotted responding to a block party that a police officer said turned into an 800-person riot Saturday night, just blocks from the southwest corner of CSU’s campus. Police had arrived at the scene at 8:30 p.m. in response to noise complaints about the event, which at the time included 50 people. After Fort Collins Police Services addressed the crowd and departed from the scene, hundreds more flocked to the six to seven condos apparently still hosting the party, shouting ”F*** the police!” “Go CSU!” “Proud to be a Ram!” and “F*** CSUPD!”...
  • State GOP Files Complaint Against Obama Campaigners At CSU

    10/23/2012 6:24:01 PM PDT · by Snuph · 3 replies
    cbslocal4 ^ | October 23, 2012
    Early voting only got under way on Monday and already a complaint has been filed. Colorado Republicans say Democrats wrongly offered Colorado State University students free pizza and t-shirts in exchange for voting. Colorado state law says campaigners have to be 100 feet from a polling place, but there is some grey area, espeically when a polling place is inside a large public building like CSU’s Lory Student Center. The Colorado Republican Committee sent a letter to the Larimer County clerk alleging wrongdoing by campaigners for the Democratic Party during the first day of early voting on the CSU campus....
  • The Soros Summit -FB exclusive:Inside the secret Miami meeting-George Soros’s liberal conspiracy

    05/15/2012 8:58:40 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 20 replies
    Free Beacon ^ | 5-15-12 | Andrew Stiles
    Complete Title: The Soros Summit - Free Beacon exclusive: Inside the secret Miami meeting of George Soros’s liberal conspiracy ### A secretive network of left-wing billionaires and their political operatives descended on the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Miami over the weekend to discuss strategy for the coming elections. The location of the conference had been kept a closely guarded secret by the members and guests of Democracy Alliance (DA), a collection of ultra-wealthy liberal donors formed in 2005, and is reported here in a Washington Free Beacon exclusive. Attendees roamed the grounds at the 150-acre tropical resort on their way...
  • Court upholds CSU's refusal to fund Christian groups

    03/19/2012 7:52:02 PM PDT · by SmithL · 8 replies
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 3/19/12 | Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down an appeal from a Christian sorority and fraternity challenging California State University's refusal to provide funding and other campus benefits to student groups that exclude members of other religions. CSU denies official recognition and funding to student organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin and sexual orientation. The Christian groups at San Diego State argued that the policy itself was discriminatory for two reasons: The ban on gender-based admissions doesn't apply to sororities and fraternities, and secular organizations are allowed to make viewpoint-based distinctions - an immigrants'-rights...
  • The 'Angry Arab' Goes Mad

    12/08/2011 1:04:30 PM PST · by SmithL · 19 replies
    Campus Watch ^ | 12/8/11 | Cinnamon Stillwell and Rima Greene
    As'ad AbuKahlil—a political science professor at California State University, Stanislaus—spoke last month at a day-long "teach-in" at the University of California, Berkeley titled, "Building Solidarity with the Arab Spring." It consisted of a number of "workshop sessions" at the Valley Life Sciences Building, followed by a "plenary session" at the Multicultural Center, and was co-sponsored by the Arab Resource Organizing Committee, the Berkeley Muslim Students Association PAC, the International Socialist Organization, and the Syrian American Council. AbuKhalil's workshop on "The U.S. and the Arab Uprising" was held in a tiny, hot, windowless room filled with students wearing hijabs and keffiyehs....
  • CSU proposes 9 percent fee increase

    11/14/2011 12:35:43 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies
    MercuryNews.com ^ | 11/14/11 | Lisa M. Krieger
    California State University trustees are proposing a 9 percent hike in undergraduate tuition beginning with the fall 2012 semester, unless the state gives the system more money. It would be the ninth basic fee increase in nine years for the nation's largest university system, which says higher tuition is the only way to keep up with rising enrollment and declining state support. "Our options are severely limited," CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed said in a Monday morning news conference. "The state needs to step up and assume its historic role as the primary funder of the university." The $498 increase...
  • Merkel urges Germans: stand up for Christian values

    11/17/2010 7:30:02 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 25 replies
    Reuters ^ | November 16, 2010 | Tom Heneghan
    (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans debating Muslim integration to stand up more for Christian values, saying Monday the country suffered not from "too much Islam" but "too little Christianity." Addressing her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, she said she took the current public debate in Germany on Islam and immigration very seriously. As part of this debate, she said last month that multiculturalism there had utterly failed. Some of her conservative allies have gone further, calling for an end to immigration from "foreign cultures" -- a reference to Muslim countries like Turkey -- and more pressure on immigrants...
  • Stanislaus violated public records laws, says judge

    09/01/2010 2:48:17 PM PDT · by alexandria · 5 replies
    The Turlock Journal ^ | Aug. 28, 2010 12:12 a.m. | Alex Cantatore
    California State University, Stanislaus violated public records laws, according to a Stanislaus Superior Court judge, though the university maintains it did not have the requested documents. The ruling, made by Stanislaus Court Superior Court Judge Roger Beuchesne on Wednesday, finds that CSU Stanislaus should have disclosed Sarah Palin’s contract to speak at the University Foundation’s 50th Anniversary Gala fundraiser in response to a March 31 records request from open government non-profit CalAware.
  • Contract: Sarah Palin Requested Bendy Straws, Bottled Water At CSU Stanislaus Fundraiser

    08/26/2010 9:28:15 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 99 replies
    FOX40 ^ | 8/26/10 | Matthew Keys
    Lawmakers Want To Know How Much CSU Stanislaus Is Paying For Sarah Palin VisitSACRAMENTO - The California State University Foundation has released its contract with former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin that shows the speaker's request as well as compensation for a fundraiser dinner conducted in June. According to the contract released Thursday afternoon, Palin was compensated $75,000 to appear at the event and requested two bottles of "unopened still water" with "bendable straws" placed "in or near the wooden lectern." A private plane, more specifically a Lear 60 jet, was required for Palin under the contract, though the contract...
  • Video: Palin Protester Hates the Constitution and is a Communist

    07/04/2010 7:35:41 AM PDT · by mainestategop · 8 replies
    youtube ^ | 6/28/10 | Conservativenewsnetwork
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_YtKL4_UGw&feature=channel Well folks in case you wanted to know what the anti palin crowd is all about here it is right here. I said it before I say it again. They are against the 2nd amendment they are against all the amendments. This proves it.
  • Live Feed- Sarah Palin Speech At Cal State Stanislaus

    06/25/2010 7:17:37 PM PDT · by curth · 55 replies
    Fox40 in California is streaming live Governor Sarah Palin's speech at Cal State Stanislaus. View here: http://www.fox40.com/news/livechannel/
  • AM Alert: Palinpalooza

    06/25/2010 7:57:43 AM PDT · by SmithL · 15 replies · 1+ views
    SacBee: Capitol Alert ^ | 6/25/10 | Torey Van Oot
    Has Sarah Palin's California visit caused a stir in the Golden State? You betcha! The 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee will take the stage tonight at a fundraiser at California State University, Stanislaus. The university was dogged with questions over how much former Alaska governor is being paid to speak at the gala. Officials said that because the event is being put on by a nonprofit foundation associated with the university, the speaking contract is not subject to disclosure under the state public records laws. The push to release the payment details (and the push-back from the university) involved Dumpster...
  • Amid controversy, Calif. campus readies for Palin

    06/25/2010 7:43:01 AM PDT · by SmithL · 10 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 6/25/10 | GARANCE BURKE, Associated Press Writer
    Fresno, Calif. (AP) -- A struggling public university in California's farm country is preparing to receive Sarah Palin amid fanfare, protests and months of legal wrangling over the former Alaska governor's appearance.
  • CSU Stanislaus Students Want to Ban Sarah Palin from Campus Speech Due to Ideological Reasons

    04/04/2010 1:52:11 AM PDT · by Suvroc10 · 14 replies · 2,004+ views
    Associated Content (AC) ^ | April 4, 2010 | Marc Schenker
    At California State University Stanislaus, a movement is building to ban Sarah Palin from speaking at the June 25 50th anniversary of the Stanislaus campus. This movement includes not only a sizeable chunk of the student body, but also heavily ideological and biased professors, one of whom has actually started a Facebook page to consolidate opposition to Palin's June 25th event! What makes their opposition so objectionable is it flies in the face of everything a university's supposed to stand for—like challenging students to hear speakers who hold opposing viewpoints. To that end, two, little female Stanislaus students appeared on...
  • Sheriff says he'll undermine (Colorado State University) gun ban

    02/25/2010 9:34:34 PM PST · by greatdefender · 19 replies · 967+ views
    The Gazette ^ | February 23, 2010 | Wayne Laugesen
    The Colorado State University Board of Governors voted unanimously Tuesday to place students at both of its campuses in harm’s way with a sweeping weapons ban law-abiding citizens will obey and criminals will ignore. Larimer County Sheriff James Alderden, outraged by the ban, told The Gazette’s opinion department he will undermine it in the interest of student safety. CSU-Fort Collins Police Chief Wendy Rich-Goldsmith, a relative newcomer to the campus, supports the ban. “I have told the CSU police chief I will not support this in any way,” Sheriff Alderden told The Gazette. “If anyone with one of my permits...
  • Senator Brophy Leads Bi-Partisan Effort Against CSU’s Unconstitutional Gun Ban

    01/30/2010 6:51:24 AM PST · by marktwain · 7 replies · 243+ views
    cologop.org ^ | 28 January, 2010 | Colorado Senate News
    DENVER -- Sen. Greg Brophy, R-Wray, has drafted a letter to the Colorado State University Board of Governors opposing the college's unconstitutional gun ban on campus. In the letter, which has bipartisan support, Brophy points out that “no carry - criminal safe zones” actually embolden criminals. States that allow citizens to carry concealed weapons see a reduction in crime rates. “Depriving honest gun owners of their right to conceal and carry is both unconstitutional and unsafe,” Brophy said. “Statistics show areas that allow conceal carry are actually safer than areas that do not.” According to statistics from the FBI Crime...
  • Muslim Cleric Anwar Awlaki Linked to Fort Hood, Northwest Flight 253 Terror Attacks

    12/29/2009 12:03:00 PM PST · by jersey117 · 14 replies · 696+ views
    ABC World News ^ | Dec. 29, 2009 | RUSSELL GOLDMAN
    Most Americans have never heard of Anwar al Awlaki, but the radical Muslim cleric who may have inspired a young Nigerian man to try to blow up a plane on Christmas Day has been linked to the alleged perpetrators of the deadliest terror attacks on U.S. soil this decade, from 9/11 to the massacre at Fort Hood....
  • Students resist Colorado State gun ban

    12/28/2009 9:17:16 PM PST · by greatdefender · 8 replies · 850+ views
    LA Times ^ | December 28, 2009 | Nicholas Riccardi
    Reporting from Denver - After a gun-wielding student killed 32 at Virginia Tech, faculty at Colorado State University in Fort Collins found, to their alarm, that theirs was one of the few public schools in the country with no policy banning firearms. Anyone with a concealed weapons permit could legally carry on campus. Students, however, were alarmed when the faculty moved to change that. Among other arguments, students contended that permitting people to carry concealed weapons was the campus' best defense against another tragedy. "Let's say you have another Columbine or Virginia Tech," said Dan Gearhart, the student government president....
  • A four-year degree from a two-year school? It could happen

    12/21/2009 7:58:03 AM PST · by SmithL · 38 replies · 1,065+ views
    Contra Costa Times ^ | 12/21/9 | Matt Krupnick
    With tens of thousands being turned away from state universities, California lawmakers likely will consider granting community colleges the right to offer a limited number of bachelor's degrees. The shift, which has occurred in 17 other states in the past decade or so, would represent a major philosophical change in California, where the three state higher-education systems have clearly defined roles. Bachelor's and higher degrees are offered by University of California and California State University campuses, while community colleges offer two-year associate degrees and certificates for a variety of professions. However, major reforms must be considered in the age of...
  • Famous weather scientist: Climategate 'tip of iceberg'

    12/08/2009 7:29:15 PM PST · by Man50D · 35 replies · 2,107+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | December 08, 2009 | Bob Unruh
    The Colorado scientist described by the Washington Post as "the World's Most Famous Hurricane Expert" says the "ClimateGate" e-mails from the United Kingdom that revealed possible data manipulation are evidence of a conspiracy among "warmists," those who believe man's actions are triggering possibly catastrophic climate change. "The recent 'ClimateGate' revelations coming out of the UK University of East Anglia are but the tip of a giant iceberg of a well organized international climate warming conspiracy that has been gathering momentum for the last 25 years," said Colorado State University's Dr. William Gray. His are the annual hurricane forecasts that are...
  • CSU (Colorado State Univ) board votes in favor of campus gun ban

    12/04/2009 3:44:35 PM PST · by tips up · 14 replies · 477+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 12/4/09 | Monte Whaley
    Colorado State University may be closer to banning concealed weapons on campus after the school's board of governors this morning voted unanimously for a weapons policy. However, the nine-person body is leaving the nuts-and-bolts of a weapons control policy up to the school's three campus presidents. "We respect there are many differing opinions on this issue," said board chairman Patrick McConathy, "but members of the CSU System Board believe this a reasonable, rational and responsible decision for our system." CSU is one of the few universities in the country that allows concealed weapons on campus. This year, however, both CSU-Fort...
  • Scandal at Chicago State?

    08/19/2009 3:43:11 PM PDT · by fiscon1 · 5 replies · 352+ views
    The Provocateur ^ | 08/19/2009 | Mike Volpe
    At the end of May, a scandal broke at Illinois' top public school, the University of Illinois (and my alma mater). The Chicago Tribune reported that powerful politicians within the state including the Speaker of the House in Illinois, Michael Madigan, used their influence to call in favors with members of the board of trustees of the University to help get family and friends into the school that wouldn't otherwise have been accepted. In its aftermath, Governor Pat Quinn quickly created a blue ribbon panel to investigate the situation.
  • Alleged Al-Qaeda Operative Sufaat Denies Terror Charges

    04/14/2002 3:42:11 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 4 replies · 518+ views
    Islam Online ^ | April 14 2002 | Kazi Mahmood
    JAKARTA, April 14 (IslamOnline) - Alleged Al-Qaeda operative, Yazid Sufaat, denied terror charges, while he admitted that he met two Arab nationals at his condominium in Kuala Lumpur two years ago, a news report from Malaysiakini.com said on Sunday. However, Sufaat, high on the FBI list of suspects from South East Asia, who might be members or operatives of the Al-Qaeda, stressed the duo could not be involved in the Sept 11 attacks as they were amputees shopping for prosthetic legs in Malaysia. The 37-year-old pathologist and former army captain, who is also a businessmen in Malaysia, told this to...
  • DOSSIER OF (AMERICAN) SACRAMENTO STATE UNIV. STUDENT REPORTED KILLED IN YEMENI C.I.A. DRONE ATTACK

    11/07/2002 10:54:40 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 131 replies · 1,285+ views
    State Hornet Student Newspaper ^ | 27 November 2001 (Originally) | State Hornet Student Newspaper
    Original Article: Accused Terrorist on Trial in Jordan Attended Classes at Sac State; Initiation to Terrorism May Have Started in Sacramento, According to Published Reports. Layla Bohm State Hornet (Student Newspaper) November 27, 2001 Former Sacramento State student Raed Hijazi at his trial in Jordan Nov. 26. Hijazi pleaded innocent to nine charges stemming from a plot to execute terrorist attacks on America and Israel during Millenium celebrations in December 1999. Courtesy Photo/A He was a typical California student. Born in San Jose Dec. 3, 1968, Raed Hijazi eventually attended Sacramento City College, took a Sacramento State extension course...
  • Hurricane Expert: School Silencing Me Over Global-Warming Views (eco-terrorist silencing skeptics)

    04/29/2008 7:15:39 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 19 replies · 43+ views
    Fox News ^ | 4/29/2008 | Fox News
    A pioneering expert on hurricane forecasting says he may soon lose funding due to his skepticism about man-made global warming, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle. Dr. William Gray, who once said that pro-global warming scientists are "brainwashing our children," claims that Colorado State University will no longer promote his yearly North Atlantic hurricane forecasts due to his controversial views. Gray complained in a memo to the head of Colorado State’s Department of Atmospheric Sciences that "this is obviously a flimsy excuse and seems to me to be a cover for the Department's capitulation to the desires of...
  • Court challenge prompts CSU to drop civility code for students (SFSU Republicans lawsuit)

    03/07/2008 11:58:28 PM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 5 replies · 580+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 7 March 2008 | Bob Egelko
    Court challenge prompts CSU to drop civility code for students To the relief of a campus Republican group, the 417,000 students at California State University's 23 institutions no longer face the possibility of discipline for failing to be civil to one another. The change was part of a settlement approved by a federal magistrate in Oakland this week in a lawsuit by the San Francisco State College Republicans, whose members were subjected to a disciplinary hearing after some of them stomped on two flags bearing the name of Allah during an anti-terrorism rally in October 2006. The flags represented the...
  • CSU civility code for students squelches free speech, magistrate rules

    11/07/2007 8:07:43 PM PST · by SmithL · 11 replies · 191+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 11/7/7 | Bob Egelko
    OAKLAND - The 417,000 students at California State University's 28 campuses are expected to be civil to one another, the university says in its policy manual. It sounds innocuous - but a federal magistrate says it's an unconstitutional restriction on speech when the policy is used to investigate or discipline students, such as the College Republicans whose members stomped on two flags bearing the name of Allah during an anti-terrorism rally at San Francisco State last year. "It might be fine for the university to say, 'Hey, we hope you folks are civil to one another,' " U.S. Magistrate Wayne...
  • Colorado State University Shames Itself

    10/09/2007 4:15:18 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 17 replies · 687+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | October 9, 2007 | Dennis Prager
    On Sept. 21, 2007, the editorial board of the Colorado State University student newspaper decided to publish a four-word editorial. Apparently finding the traditional mode of expressing ideas -- arguing a case in a few hundred words -- too demanding, they instead wrote four words: "Taser this … F--- Bush." Needless to say, they spelled out the F word. The "Taser" referred to the police using a stun gun on a student at the University of Florida who refused to relinquish the microphone to other students at a speech at the university given by Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass. (How George...
  • CSU Republicans start their own newspaper over obscenity

    10/08/2007 9:28:22 PM PDT · by george76 · 23 replies · 743+ views
    Associated Press ^ | October 8, 2007
    Upset over a college newspaper editorial about President Bush that used an obscenity, conservative students at Colorado State University have started printing their own newspaper. A group calling itself the CSU College Republicans on Monday distributed the Ram Republic, which they are calling the “Conservative Voice of Colorado State University.” Editor Bobby Carson said the group had already been thinking about starting a journal when the campus’s main publication, The Rocky Mountain Collegian, published a four-word editorial that directed a four-letter word at Bush
  • Anti-Bush editorial still resonates as ruling nears on CSU editor

    10/04/2007 9:24:58 AM PDT · by george76 · 37 replies · 817+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | October 4, 2007 | Erika Gonzalez
    Colorado State University is still experiencing the fallout from a profane editorial that ran in the college's student newspaper two weeks ago. CSU police investigated a threat that was called into The Rocky Mountain Collegian last week. Advertising in the newspaper and other student- run media organizations remains down. And at least one parent of a CSU student might withdraw her daughter from the school. "It's true. We are reconsidering schools," said Casper resident Cathy Ide, whose daughter, Holly Loucks, is a sophomore construction management major. The school's alumni relations and admissions offices have also received calls and e-mails concerning...
  • Editor's fate in the hands of CSU panel

    09/27/2007 8:59:10 AM PDT · by Virginia Ridgerunner · 14 replies · 93+ views
    Daily Camera Online, via Drudge ^ | September 27, 2007 | Ericka Gonzalez
    For some, it was a matter of protecting free speech. For others, it was about punishing the editor of a campus newspaper, who they believed damaged the credibility of Colorado State University nationally when he decided to publish the F-word in the school newspaper. "Our university will take a hit for the poor choices of one student," said Chelsea Penoyer, chairwoman of the College Republicans at CSU. Penoyer was one of more than 300 students and members of the staff and community who attended a hearing Wednesday night of CSU's Board of Student Communications, the governing body that will decide...
  • 300 at CSU urge firing of editor over anti-Bush profanity

    09/25/2007 7:04:40 AM PDT · by Virginia Ridgerunner · 24 replies · 371+ views
    Daily Camera, via Drudge ^ | September 25, 2007 | Bill Scanlon
    FORT COLLINS — The student newspaper that stirred up a hornet's nest when it dropped the F-bomb last week drew more fire Monday. (snip) College Republicans at Colorado State University collected more than 300 signatures calling on CSU's Board of Student Communications to fire Editor in Chief David McSwane. (snip) Asked by CNN if the editorial could be characterized as vulgar or sophomoric, McSwane said he "wouldn't entirely disagree." "We wanted people to understand that free speech is something we should talk about," he told CNN. "We felt that this campus, for one reason or another, has been really apathetic....
  • Profanity about Bush forces college paper to make cutbacks

    09/23/2007 8:51:13 AM PDT · by LdSentinal · 40 replies · 168+ views
    KJTC8.com ^ | 9/23/07
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Colorado State University's student newspaper is dealing with fallout for using a four-letter word in an editorial yesterday on President Bush. The Coloradoan reports that the Rocky Mountain Collegian has lost $30,000 in advertising and had to cut student employee pay and other budgets by ten percent. Editor-in-Chief J. David McSwane says the newspaper's advisers had no idea it planned to run the editorial. CSU President Larry Penley says he expects readers to make their viewpoints known and that the newspaper will answer to its readers. The university, through its ten-member faculty-student Board of Student...
  • Colorado State University Student Newspaper Under Fire for Bush Editorial

    09/22/2007 2:51:58 PM PDT · by stm · 5 replies · 121+ views
    Fox News ^ | 22 Sep 07 | Fox News
    The Colorado State University student newspaper is under fire after publishing a two-word editorial statement about President Bush. The Rocky Mountain Collegian published the editorial on its Sept. 21 opinion page, saying "Taser this .. (expletive) BUSH." University officials released a statement explaining their concern for response to the editorial, and that it has no control over its student media. “While we understand (the editorial) is upsetting and offensive to many people, CSU is prohibited by law from censoring or regulating the content of its student media publications,” CSU said in a written statement. The newspaper’s editor-in-chief wrote a letter...
  • Profane Language Puts Student Editor's Job On Line

    09/23/2007 6:34:09 AM PDT · by Stop Liberalism · 27 replies · 631+ views
    Denver Post ^ | September 21, 2007 | Lane Lyon,
    A four word editorial with a four letter word in it is sparking a spirited discussion on free speech at Colorado State University. The Rocky Mountain Collegian published an editorial on page 4 of the paper Friday which read "Taser this ... F*** Bush." The expletive was spelled out. The last two words were in bold type, larger than most headlines. A caption below said, "this column represents the views of the Collegian's Editorial Board." "I think they went over the line a little bit, but it's free speech and they're allowed to write what they want," one student told...
  • Colorado State University Student Newspaper Under Fire for Bush Editorial

    09/22/2007 1:08:07 PM PDT · by Baladas · 35 replies · 716+ views
    FOX NEWS ^ | September 22, 2007
    The Colorado State University student newspaper is under fire after publishing a two-word editorial statement about President Bush. The Rocky Mountain Collegian published the editorial on its Sept. 21 opinion page, saying "Taser this .. (expletive) BUSH." University officials released a statement explaining their concern for response to the editorial, and that it has no control over its student media. “While we understand (the editorial) is upsetting and offensive to many people, CSU is prohibited by law from censoring or regulating the content of its student media publications,” CSU said in a written statement. The newspaper’s editor-in-chief wrote a letter...
  • Profane Language Puts Student Editor's Job On Line (Liberal Student Gibberish Alert)

    09/22/2007 12:14:29 PM PDT · by Roberts · 36 replies · 97+ views
    The Denver Channel ^ | 9/21/07 | Lane Lyon
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- A four word editorial with a four letter word in it is sparking a spirited discussion on free speech at Colorado State University. The Rocky Mountain Collegian published an editorial on page 4 of the paper Friday which read "Taser this ... F*** Bush." The expletive was spelled out. The last two words were in bold type, larger than most headlines. A caption below said, "this column represents the views of the Collegian's Editorial Board." "I think they went over the line a little bit, but it's free speech and they're allowed to write what they...
  • Fallout follows expletive in CSU's Collegian editorial

    09/22/2007 6:51:15 AM PDT · by TornadoAlley3 · 27 replies · 332+ views
    09/21/07 | TREVOR HUGHES /KEVIN DARST
    Rules: link only http://www.coloradoan.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070922/CSUZONE01/709220352/1002
  • CA: CSU strike averted with tentative deal (20.7%/4 years;professors,lecturers,coaches,librarians)

    04/03/2007 6:38:14 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 12 replies · 275+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | 4/3/07 | Jim Doyle
    A labor showdown between the California State University system and its faculty union was averted Tuesday with a tentative accord on a new contract that provides a guaranteed pay hike of 20.7 percent over four years for professors, lecturers, coaches and librarians. Negotiators for the CSU administration and faculty reached the agreement after 23 months of labor talks and mediation, as well as a series of threatened strikes on the system's 23 university campuses. The California Faculty Assocation plans to put the proposed contract to a vote of its 12,000 dues-paying members later this month, union president John Travis told...
  • NRI donates $30 million to US hospital(Immigrant Indian)

    12/15/2006 4:48:34 PM PST · by samsonite · 3 replies · 454+ views
    Times of India ^ | 16 Dec, 2006 | Chidanand Rajghatta
    WASHINGTON: A $ 2 million gift in 2000 to Cleveland State University, where he had earned an MBA, and which named a six-story, 120,000 square feet business school building after him, wasn't good enough for Monte Ahuja to thank America for what it had done for him. On Tuesday, in one of the biggest philanthropic acts by an Indian immigrant in the US, the 60-year-old entrepreneur wrote down a whopping $ 30 million for Cleveland's University Hospitals to build what will be called the Ahuja Medical Center -- a full service hospital. The contribution dwarfed the $ 18.5 million that...
  • Engines Lab Teams with Solix Biofuels Inc. to Mass Produce Oil from Algae as Diesel Fuel Alternative

    12/11/2006 8:11:06 AM PST · by mad puppy · 39 replies · 993+ views
    Colorado State University ^ | Dec. 07, 2006 | Emily Narvaes Wilmsen
    Solix Biofuels Inc., a startup company based in Boulder, is working with Colorado State University engineers to commercialize technology that can cheaply mass produce oil derived from algae and turn it into biodiesel - an environmentally friendly solution to high gas prices, greenhouse gas emissions and volatile global energy markets.
  • Malaysia orders terror suspect held, says he has more to tell about al-Qaeda

    01/28/2004 10:30:59 AM PST · by knighthawk · 15 replies · 992+ views
    AP Wire | January 28 2004 | Associated Press
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia has extended for two more years the imprisonment of a terror suspect linked to al-Qaeda's attempts to produce chemical and biological weapons, saying he has more information about terrorist operations. Yazid Sufaat, a U.S.-trained biochemist and former Malaysian army captain, was arrested in late 2001 as he returned home from Afghanistan, where officials say he was working on a biological and chemical weapons program for al-Qaeda that was ended by the U.S.-led war. Since then, he has been held without trial under Malaysia's Internal Security Act on accusations of being a member of Jemaah...
  • Suspect and A Setback In Al-Qaeda Anthrax Case - Scientist With Ties To Group Goes Free

    10/31/2006 2:52:25 PM PST · by RDTF · 19 replies · 1,031+ views
    Washington Post ^ | October 31, 2006 | Joby Warrick
    In December 2001, as the investigation into the U.S. anthrax attacks was gathering steam, coalition soldiers in Afghanistan uncovered what appeared to be an important clue: a trail of documents chronicling an attempt by al-Qaeda to create its own anthrax weapon. The documents told of a singular mission by a scientist named Abdur Rauf, an obscure, middle-aged Pakistani with alleged al-Qaeda sympathies and an advanced degree in microbiology. Using his membership in a prestigious scientific organization to gain access, Rauf traveled through Europe on a quest, officials say, to obtain both anthrax spores and the equipment needed to turn them...
  • President signs tamarisk control bill ( Helping water Quality )

    10/13/2006 3:14:12 PM PDT · by george76 · 49 replies · 1,194+ views
    THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN ^ | October 13, 2006
    Legislation designed to control and eradicate tamarisk was signed into law by President Bush Wednesday night, U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., announced Thursday... creating funding for a large-scale effort to control tamarisk, also known as salt cedar... "The tamarisk is causing severe problems throughout Colorado and the West," said Allard. "The President's signing of this legislation marks a major milestone in the ongoing effort by Congress and this administration to provide critical resources for the removal of this destructive and invasive species." The tamarisk has invaded the margins of streams, lakes and wetlands throughout the Western United States. An individual...
  • Germany has UK to thank for its divided boardrooms

    09/25/2006 9:00:43 AM PDT · by lowbuck · 1 replies · 208+ views
    The Business Online ^ | 24 September 2006 | Eric Culp
    THOSE who have a problem with workers’ representatives occupying half of German companies’ supervisory boards can blame the British. The British instituted the current scheme after World War Two. The requirements providing trade union bosses with boardroom seats were first enacted in Berlin’s British Zone in the late 1940s. The German law which underpins its current system of Mitbestimmung, or “co-determination”, turned 30 last month. Chancellor Angela Merkel was on hand to help celebrate the edict, which gives workers’ representatives half the seats on supervisory boards at some 750 German corporations, including almost all the companies listed on the main...
  • CA: Assembly speaker calls for audit of CSU compensation practices

    07/18/2006 5:44:45 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 289+ views
    AP on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 7/18/06 | Samantha Young - ap
    Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez on Tuesday called for a legislative audit of California State University after revelations that the nation's largest public university system had secretly paid millions of dollars to outgoing campus presidents and top executives. "I'm deeply troubled by allegations that former high-level CSU officials have been given dubious positions after their tenures, collecting hundreds of thousands of dollars to do no discernible work while students have seen their tuition rise almost 30 percent in the past three years," Nunez, D-Los Angeles, said in a statement. An investigation by the San Francisco Chronicle showed that at least seven...
  • Ex-chancellor returns to CSU and big benefits

    05/05/2006 11:29:18 AM PDT · by Republicanprofessor · 4 replies · 151+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | May 5, 2006 | Carrie Sturrock
    When Barry Munitz quit as chancellor of the huge California State University system in 1998, he walked away with a separation agreement promising him a generous one-year paid sabbatical and other benefits should he ever return. Now, eight years later, he's back -- and the terms of his departure deal, including a $163,776 one-year salary, are under attack by CSU faculty and at least one angry state lawmaker.... Under the terms of his CSU separation agreement, Munitz is entitled to become a "trustee professor" with a one-year salary of $163,776 -- significantly more than the $112,548 earned by CSU's highest-paid...