“With the new semester beginning and an influx of new students on campus, it is important to participate in making our campus welcoming and inclusive for all,” wrote Donna Braquet in a posting on the university’s website.
“One way to do that is to use a student’s chosen name and their correct pronouns.” Click here to join Todd’s American Dispatch – a MUST READ for Conservatives!
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Nevertheless, he stressed this is not a mandated university policy.
“I reiterate, it’s not a mandate, it’s not an official policy, it’s not a policy from the board,” he told me. We are (a) higher education institution and exposing our students to a lot of different things.” Educators in the Volunteer State are very concerned that students might be offended by the usage of traditional pronouns like she, he, him and hers, according to a document from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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