Does this count as a win in the Deseret Duel???
After the faculty purges in the 1990s of the radical intellectual elements at
BYU and instituional memory well ingrained, I'm sure the remaining BYU
faculty are loathe to say anything negative about their Employer. Its called
Happy Valley for a reason afterall.
@BYUTrackStar - what an amazingly ignorant comment that should insult at least
the majority of BYU employees. Based on your comment I must assume that
you've personally conducted your own survey to verify the results of the
@JTriumph I stand by my comments. The Survey indicated BYU staff is happy
working at the Y. Second, prehaps you don't recall the faculty purges of
the 90s at BYU or it was before your time. They did happen. Finally, Provo/Orem
is still considered the keystone of "Happy Valley" is was two months ago
when I was up there. Has this changed in the last eight weeks?
BYU Track Star,I oberved your word - "purged". I suppose
one could use that term. BYU is a private university that has a certain belief
system as its base and foundation. As a private university, not only do they
have the right to remove those who teach against the beliefs of the university,
but the responsibility to do so.
@Lone Star Coug. Read your history of what happened in the 90s and report what
you found as accuratly as possible. It won't change what happened. But, It
will illuminate the other readers as to what happended