The University of Minnesota, Morris has received approval from the legislature for a $4.5 million investment in…the humanities.
We’ve also been awarded a $137,000 Mellon grant to strengthen the place and the understanding of … the humanities.
Speaking as a STEM sort of guy, and one who was recently informed in a comment that
The hard or natural sciences are mostly safe. Most of the corruption is in the humanities. That’s where most of the danger lies for student radicalization, I’m going to say “EXCELLENT!” We need more education in the humanities to correct these ninnies who think both that “hard sciences are safe” and “humanities are corrupt”. We need students to learn dangerous ideas, and that’s where the most dangerous ideas are found.