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soflorattler, you said it.Honestly, its a wonder nobody has reached across those counters and attempted to choke somebody out. NOT saying its right nor the answer, but, I would totally understand.Miss Gerri ALWAYS popping off!
87 Alum, INDEED.....TODAY When my baby sister was at Norfolk State, the stuff she encountered had me thinking to myself 'THESE MFs ARE EVEN WORSE THAN WHEN I WAS IN SCHOOL'
All of this goes back to black hatred for one another. Sadly many respond in a certain manner when there is a black face in front of them. If a white student came before them with an issue and displayed a particular behavior, they would respond differently. This is why we all have to be in constant check mode when dealing with people. White folk especially, should do this when dealing with minorities. It is very, very easy for our personal biases to creep in and influence our actions.
My daughter is a recent High Point University graduate who will not give because she does not like how their president will put people out of their homes for HPU expansion. The fact is, he would rather see trees and fountains around HPU and not houses. He also builds buildings. But if there is any mistreatment of High Point University students by faculty or staff, they would lose their positions.
Look ain't no sense on talking about it if you want address the problem. Stop being scared. The main problem is these out of control nasty attitude black women in financial aid, admissions, registrar office and other offices. Mad at the world and bringing their problems to work.
I don't know but I have never believed that they did. The powers that be have given High Point University the green light to do as they wish. He appoints them to the HPU Board of Trustees and the city is quite cozy with HPU. Yes, they took a few houses recently for the new student union at NCCU, but if that had been High Point, there would be green grass in front of that building and not a street.