A professor objected, and his argument with a loud and profane group of protesters outside his classroom soon rocketed across the internet. On Friday, more than three weeks later, Evergreen State College had to hold its commencement 30 miles from campus, at a rented baseball stadium where everyone had to pass through metal detectors. In between, Evergreen, a small public college in Olympia along the Puget Sound, found itself on the front line of the national discontent over race, speech and political disagreement, becoming a magnet for extremes on the left and the right. In one encounter, the president, George Bridges, was recorded meekly complying with a demand not to use hand gestures when he spoke because they were threatening. The campus has received threats of violence via social media and calls to the county sheriff and that forced administrators to lock down the campus for three weekdays in a row.
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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? On October 25, , he attended a panel discussion on the subject of microaggressions. Dissatisfied with the definition of a microaggression offered by the presenter—Beverly Cowell Adams, an assistant dean—Bhattacharya raised his hand. Within a few weeks, as a result of the fallout from Bhattacharya's question about microagressions, the administration had branded him a threat to the university and banned him from campus. He is now suing UVA for violating his First Amendment rights, and a judge recently ruled that his suit should proceed. Is it a requirement, to be a victim of microaggression, that you are a member of a marginalized group?
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But officials say if vaccinations continue to rise, state could be out of critical stage by late June. KTVZ — Gov. The governor and other officials will analyze the data again early next week to see which counties may need to roll back into Extreme Risk, should hospitalization continue to rise. However, despite worrisome rises in younger people without underlying conditions falling seriously ill, Brown and health officials said the rising number of vaccinations — more than one-fourth of Oregon adults are fully vaccinated and half have had at least the first dose — means this should be the last such fallback, and the state could get out of the critical situation by late June.