Concordia University Public Safety Director Arrested For Masturbating In Female Employee’s Shoe

Lutheran College Safety Director Arrested, Fired For Masturbating In Female Employee’s Shoe – Daily Caller

The director of public safety at Concordia University Chicago has been charged with two misdemeanors because, police say, he masturbated into a shoe belonging to a female employee of the school.

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The alleged masturbator is Tim Margis, reports Oak Leaves, a local suburban newspaper.

Police say the incident occurred on Feb. 10 at approximately 9:30 p.m. somewhere on the campus of the private Lutheran school.

The unidentified female employee saw Margis, 38, leaving her office. He was buttoning up his pants, she said. He was fastening his belt.

The woman told police she asked Margis why he was in her office. He explained that he was merely checking things out because the door had been left ajar.

Later, the woman claimed, she found a mysterious “clear liquid” on the inside of one of the shoes she had left in the office.

Two days later, on Feb. 12, police detectives interviewed Margis at his home and, they say, he confessed to entering the employee’s office and leaving the “clear liquid” there.

Margis faces two charges: public indecency and disorderly conduct. Both are misdemeanors.

He is also out of a job. On Feb. 12, school officials suspended Margis and banned him from campus.

“We cooperated fully with the investigation and he was terminated on Feb. 13 for misconduct, less than 24 hours later,” Concordia spokesman Eric Matanyi told Oak Leaves.

Concordia University Chicago isn’t actually in Chicago. It’s in River Forest, a suburb one suburb over from Chicago that is filled with huge old mansions and the occasional Frank Lloyd Wright house (or Frank Lloyd Wright knockoff).

The highly religious school is affiliated with The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The campus is dry. Students and faculty members are encouraged to attend a short chapel service each weekday.

On its website, Concordia describes itself as focused on the gospel of Jesus Christ. “The life of Christ is lived-out [sic] in countless ways at Concordia: from the classroom, to the dorm room, to the practice field, to the concert hall, our students are being formed to lead and serve with ‘integrity, creativity, competence and compassion’-all in His name.”

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Missouri State University Officials Consider Banning Nerf Guns… Because They’re Freakin’ Idiots

Missouri State Considers Banning Nerf Guns After Campus Lockdown – Gateway Pundit

Missouri State University officials are discussing whether to ban nerf guns after a professor confused the toy for a real gun.

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CBS Local reported:

Missouri State University officials are discussing whether to limit or ban the use of Nerf guns used in a popular weeklong campus game.

About 500 people took part in October’s “Humans vs. Zombies” game, in which players try to tag other people, who then become zombies. The humans can defend themselves by stunning the zombies with Nerf guns or balled-up socks.

During October’s game, a professor called 911 and put a classroom on lockdown after thinking he saw a real gun. And the university’s safety and transportation department got several calls to its non-emergency number while the game was being played, The Springfield News-Leader reported.

The game is not played inside but it does go on at all hours of the day. The Nerf guns can sometimes look like real weapons, particularly in low-light, said Don Clark, director of the university’s Department of Safety and Transportation.

When we get that call, we have to make the initial assessment that it might be a real gun,” he said.

Several colleges across the country have banned Nerf guns.

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Whistleblowers: University Raising Black Students’ Grades In Order To Raise School’s Standing

Public University Unfairly Raising Grades Of Black Students, Say Three Former Faculty Members – Campus Reform

School administrators at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) are systematically raising the final grades of African-American students, three ex-faculty members told Campus Reform last month.

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Former Director of Academic Technology Shira Hedgepeth, along with two former professors who spoke to Campus Reform on the condition of anonymity, alleged administrators at the historically black college routinely increase the final grades of African-American students in order to raise the school’s standing.

“Some students had their final grades changed based on their race,” Hedgepeth told Campus Reform on June 6. “That was a common complaint of many of the faculty that I worked with.”

“None of the Caucasian or non-African American students… none of their grades were changed,” she added. “The way the grades fell out, there was no other reason for changing.”

Documents provided to Campus Reform by one of the former faculty members appear to validate these claims. Campus Reform has chosen not to publish the records due to concerns that doing so may violate the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act by revealing the names and grades of students.

According to Hedgepeth, and the two former professors who were granted anonymity because of they feared speaking out may jeopardize their retirement, instructors would submit final grades to the school only to have them later revised upwards by administrators as a way to “take care of their African American students.”

“There is no other motivation,” said Hedgepeth. “If you work on that campus you know it. Everything that was done was to make sure we service the African American students.”

WSSU’s spokesman, Aaron Singleton, however, told Campus Reform that the university had received no complaints.

“I checked throughout our administration and the university has not heard of any of those allegations,” said Singleton. “No one has filed any complaints at the university.”

According to one of the former professors, however, several faculty members have filed numerous complaints which were ignored.

“I have reported everything,” the professor said. “I doubt anything was done.”

“I have tried reaching out to our accrediting body but they would not take complaints such as these,” added Hedgepeth. “We have done everything we can to get somebody to start looking.”

Another former professor, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the practice is ongoing.

“Oh yes, definitely,” said the former professor. “Oh yes, it is still going on.”

The two professors wished to remain anonymous due to fears the school would retaliate against them.

“All the faculty, white and black are very fearful to speak,” said one of the professors. “The department is run by fear and through retaliation. If you speak out you will be retaliated against.”

Hedgepeth was terminated by WSSU in 2011. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has since ruled she was a victim of racial discrimination when she was terminated. She now has two pending lawsuits filed against the school.

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16 Dead, At Least 200 Injured In Violent Clashes At Cairo University (Video)

Cairo University Clashes Intensify Leaving 16 Dead, At Least 200 Injured – Ahram

Clashes escalated near Cairo University in the capital’s Giza district late Tuesday night, where supporters of President Mohamed Morsi continue to demonstrate.

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According to the latest health ministry statements, 16 people were killed and at least 200 injured.

Those injured included a police officer – Satea El-Nomany – who was shot in the eye, according to Al-Ahram’s Arabic-language news website.

Security forces have reportedly intervened in an effort to end the clashes.

According to eyewitnesses cited by Reuters, gunshots were heard in the area and police were seen firing tear gas.

Pro-Morsi demonstrators began gathering outside Cairo University late Monday night in response to millions-strong opposition rallies demanding that Morsi step down.

Clashes erupted in the area hours before Morsi’s Tuesday night televised address, in which he defied calls to step down, citing his democratic legitimacy.

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University Of Chicago Removed Church Pews From 88-Year-Old Chapel To Accommodate Islamic Prayers

University Of Chicago Removed Church Pews From 88-Year-Old Chapel To Accommodate Islamic Prayers – Atlas Shrugs

More and more accommodation…

REPORT: University of Chicago removed pews from 88-year old chapel to accommodate Islamic prayers Campus Forum, June 10, 2013 (hat tip snake)

University of Chicago (UC) administrators permanently removed pews from an 88-year old chapel on campus in order to accommodate Islamic prayers, according to a local news report.

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Photograph of the chapel before its pews were removed last year.

Chicago NPR affiliate, WBEZ news, reported on May 23, the pews, which are now part of display at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago, were “removed in order to provide Muslim students a place to pray.”

Literature describing the artwork that was created by UC Director of Arts and Public Life Theaster Gates, also describes the removal of the pews as symbol of religious tolerance.

“The pews were recently removed from the chapel in order to offer Muslim students a place to pray, a symbolic gesture of religious tolerance,” according to an official description of the exhibit which includes a “set of repurposed pews from the University of Chicago’s campus church.”

A spokesperson for UC also appeared to confirm the reason for the pews’ removal in a statement emailed to Campus Reform on Friday.

“The benches were removed… to make Bond Chapel a more appropriate comfortable space for its many uses: ceremonial, spiritual, and artistic,” said Susie Allen.

Allen, however, said the primary purpose for the change, which was part of a broader renovation, was to “accommodate the installation of a Boroque-style organ.”

The UC Muslim Student Association (MSA) also announced in its 2012-2013 edition of The Complete Muslims Guide to UChicago that Friday prayers would be held in the chapel once renovation was complete.

“Bond Chapel is where Friday prayers will be held once construction is over,” it says.

“Insha’Allah, Jumuah prayer will be held in Bond Chapel every Friday this quarter,” reads another announcement on the MSA Chicago website.

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University Teaches Students To Pursue Porn Careers

University Teaches Students To Pursue Porn Careers – Campus Reform

Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) hosted an event in the school’s main chapel last week aimed at preparing students to pursue careers in pornography.

“Have you ever wondered how to get into the porn industry?” asked an online invite for the event. “Have you ever wanted to see your favorite performers in clothing?”

The event, entitled “A Night With the Stars: Life, Love, and Sex in the Workplace,” was held in the college’s Graham Chapel on Feb. 8. It included presentations from porn superstars Tori Black, James Deen, and Lance Hart.

“As St. Francis said, where there is hate f—, let there be love,” Hart said at one point in the event, according to an article in the independent school newspaper, Student Life.

The article also mentioned that when Deen asked those interested in becoming porn stars to stand up, only three students did so.

The porn night was part of a larger sex week, funded with $10,350 of student fees, Megan Lane, vice president of the Student Health Advisory Committee, told Campus Reform.

Those mandatory student activity fee amounts to one percent of tuition, according to information on the college’s website. For the 2012-13 school year, they amounted to $212.50 per student, per semester.

Lane said student funding is distributed based on a vote of the Student Union Treasury (SUT) – and that the administration stands wholeheartedly behind the SUT’s decisions.

“The administration is very supportive of any choice the students make when it comes to funding,” she said on Monday.

Lane added the sex week was aimed at expressing how the college students “view sex as a culture.”

Inviting stars and producers from the porn industry to college campus – using money from student fees – has apparently become a trend on college campuses nationwide.

On Feb. 7, the University of Illinois hosted an “Orgasm Workshop” taught by Annie Sprinkle, a porn star from the 1970s and 80s who starred in adult films such as “Big Busty 3.”

On Feb. 15, Axel Braun – the director of 400 pornographic films – will be flown in from Los Angeles to the University of Chicago campus for a Q & A session as part of the school’s sex week.

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