Yes I was wonder the same thing they said about Don Lemon. How could they report and say this when?
WV_NYC_2014 • 5 hours ago
Wait a minute, how can this Columbia University School of Journalism List of 2014’s Most Cringe Worthy News Events be complete when it leaves out Columbia University’s very own cringe worthy news events?
For example, Just last week, i.e., just in time to make this year’s yearly round-up list, Suzanne Goldberg, who is Columbia University President Lee Bollinger’s most recently, as of July 2014, appointed Special Advisor on Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention and Response published a piece in New York Times in which she suggests that the sex assault and harassment complaint process at Columbia University is an EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE for ‘complainants’, complainants being a.k.a. victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment, attempted sexual assault, and retaliation for complaining and trying to transfer away from the harassment.
And, if that wasn’t cringe worthy enough, the same Columbia University/Lee Bollinger Special Advisor goes on to again express that sentiment that it is a gratifying educational experience in a subsequent New York Times article in which she is a featured quote.
In case anyone doesn’t get it, sexual assault, sexual harassment, attempted sexual assault and administrative retaliation against complainants is NOT an educational experience, it’s a crime AND the person we assumed would be appointed to such a role in Bollinger Administration should find it appalling NOT gratifying, obviously.