By THEODOSIUS ZOTOS
Moderation is the key to everything. Having a conscious filter regarding your words and their implications is important, especially for educators. Professors have the academic freedom to voice their beliefs in class, including political ideologies, but at the same time these expressed opinions should be self-monitored and used only to enhance classroom learning.
By NATALIE BEYER
In January, when Professor Mehdi Aminrazavi marched with hundreds of thousands of women, men and children on Washington, he had no idea that just six days later things would get much worse for his family and him. The spirit of resistance from the momentous march dissolved into utter silence for Aminrazavi, as the Muslim ban was met with quiet complacency on the campus front.
Professor Surupa Gupta is a professor in the department of political science and international affairs. She was featured in the Honorable Mentions section in last week’s edition of the Bullet for her speech at the Transatlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
professor of political science and director of the University of Mary Washington’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, gave a lecture at the Norwegian Washington Seminar in Washington D.C. entitled, “The State of American Politics: Obama Faces Syria, the Federal Budgets and Congress.” Farnsworth was also interviewed by a variety of news outlets about the ongoing race for governor. Farnsworth, co-authored two opinion columns, “Arabic Media’s View of Obama,” published in Politico, and “Fox News: Tougher on Obama than Hezbollah’s TV news,” published in the Daily Kos.