The fallout from Max Karson's War on Asians piece continues to rage on oh, you know it ain't over yet with a student rally today at pm at the University of Colorado's Campus Press : University of Colorado student leaders want Campus Press changes. I'm told that students have a meeting scheduled with the school's Chancellor where they will be presenting their concerns and what they want to see changed at CU. There's also an online petition condeming the piece, Karson, and Campus Press editorial staff: Condemn "If it's war the Asians want
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. University of Colorado student and past Westword profile subject Max Karson is an accomplished button-pusher, and this week, his school and the media reacted as anticipated to his latest provocation -- an opinion column for CU's online Campus Press entitled "If It's War the Asians Want
A student column published this week at the University of Colorado has ignited controversy and enraged students over its racist and inflammatory commentary about Asians: 'Asians hate' column ignites firestorm at CU. The column, titled "If it's war the Asians want It's war they'll get," was written by Campus Press staff editor Max Karson, who's had a spotty history of controversial writing.
Sharon S. Lee writes that recent student newspaper controversies point to larger issues about the way groups interact and are defined on campuses. Imagine for a minute if student leaders at elite college campuses devoted themselves to mocking black people or Jewish people or gay people.
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Geographically, Asia stretches from the Mediterranean and Red seas across two-thirds of the Eurasian continent to the Pacific Ocean, encompassing 53 countries and nearly five billion people — only 1. The Asian century will thus begin when Asia crystallizes into a whole greater than the sum of its many parts.
If it was up to him, he was ready to save the day. The energetic right winger, who had not played since April 30, became the 14th Bruin to make his Cup Final debut. Kuhlman had 18 shifts and played 13 minutes, 7 seconds.
Benjamin Solomon Carson Sr. Prior to his cabinet position, he was a candidate for President of the United States in the Republican primaries in Born in DetroitMichiganand a graduate of Yale University and the University of Michigan Medical SchoolCarson has authored numerous books on his medical career and political stances.
It is too early to say whether Karson Kuhlman will be in the lineup against the Maple Leafs in the playoffs, but he has a shot. Kuhlman, who has three goals and two assists in his first 10 NHL games, is a dogged forechecker, smart with the puck, and plays at a high pace. His defense is sound.
She served as editor for one semester in An editorial penned this week by a University of Colorado student has divided some past and present members of the Campus Press — the official student newspaper at CU — and enraged other students for what some said is a racist and inflammatory commentary about people of Asian ethnicity. Pure hate.