So, in exciting news, I can now add "photo credit in the New York Times" to my list of accomplishments! And what a great photo to be known for too! These great posters went up around campus this past spring when Sasse was still hiding from campus, never even coming into his office in Tigert … Continue reading The New York Times on Sasse
As we spiral downwards further into fascism here in Florida, I am often rendered speechless with fury and despair over the responses (and lack thereof) from those around us. Today, DeathSantis declared the state would cease to fund all DEI initiatives at higher education institutions. DeathSantis's lackeys also announced an actual literal fascist would become … Continue reading How Low Will Florida Go?
I have recently joined a coalition of concerned faculty, students, and staff who are outraged at ways UF has been clamping down on academic freedom in response to political pressure from the governor's office. As a librarian, my interest in academic freedom is of course perennial. It affects all of us, from what we can … Continue reading Why educate students when you can make little worker-cogs instead?