In my opinion one of the biggest problems with higher education are radical professors. Those who teach counter-culture, who show a complete disregard for religion, who don't uphold traditional American values, and a majority of whom are liberal.
Case in point, if you're a white, heterosexual, middle-class, young male who's attending Butler University, don't register for Political Science 201: Research and Analysis; your perspective is unwanted there. In that class, taught by a black female professor, the students are requested to ignore their "American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality, and middle-class status when they write or speak.
You would think that, when confronted with such obvious racism, sexism, and anti-Americanism, the dean would try to speak with the professor about her inherent prejudice. But not at Butler.
Jay Howard, dean of Butler’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, condoned the approach:
"Sometimes in order to broaden the conversation and broaden the understandings you’ve got to risk making people uncomfortable. There’s nothing about a college education that guarantees you won’t be made uncomfortable. As a matter of fact, if you’re never made uncomfortable in your college education, you’re not really getting a college education."
Talk about outrageous!