If one word could easily describe how I feel about Donald Trump being in office and all the awful decisions he’s been making since the get-go it’d be, ‘disgusted.’I’ll also add ‘furious’ because I’m infuriated by 99.9% of the stuff he has planned to do or does.
Currently, the Trump administration is desperately looking to save themselves instead of going after the Russians who hacked the 2016 election. But, even with Robert Mueller closing in on his administration, the President will likely not resign until he has exhausted every other option. Trump’s previous dealings of controversial issues suggest that he would prefer to be impeached than to resign. Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals last week is one of the biggest developments in the investigation of Russian interference in the …
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Former Courier adviser Warren Swil will be reinstated as an instructor next spring following the end of an investigation pertaining to sexual harassment and grade retaliation complaints, according to college officials.
Former Courier adviser Warren Swil will be reinstated as an instructor next spring after admitting to showing naked pictures of himself to a student in an incident that led to a months-long sexual harassment investigation, sources confirmed.
A petition demanding the immediate reinstatement of English instructor Mark McQueen was presented at the Faculty Association meeting on Nov. 14 after McQueen was placed on administrative leave during an investigation into allegations that he attacked a student.
English instructor Mark McQueen was put on paid administrative leave last week and is under investigation for allegedly punching a student in his class on Halloween, according to college officials.
The Faculty Association accused the administration of discriminating against Courier adviser Warren Swil by prolonging an investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed a student and demanded that he be returned to work in a letter sent out on Monday.
College officials released details about a claim filed by a Courier staff member alleging sexual harassment and retaliation by journalism instructor and Courier adviser Warren Swil today.
No one knows who will be advising the Courier this upcoming fall semester. Last month, the Courierâ€™s adviser, Warren Swil, was put on paid administrative leave after an official complaint citing â€œemployee misconductâ€ was made against him.