University of Delaware ResLife Proposal Discussed in Latest Podcast

By on May 12, 2008

Today at 4 p.m. the Faculty Senate of the University of Delaware will vote on whether or not to allow the proposed Residence Life plan to proceed. FIRE has been monitoring this situation diligently and has devoted an episode of our podcasting series, FIREside Chats, to discussing the proposed plan. Listen as Adam Kissel, director of FIRE’s Individual Rights Defense Program, and Robert Shibley, FIRE’s vice president, talk about ResLife’s agenda and point out the parts of the plan that aim to change students’ “thoughts, values, beliefs, and actions.” If you’re a student or faculty member at the University of Delaware, FIRE urges you to attend the Faculty Senate meeting in 104 Gore Hall and make your opinion on the proposal heard.

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