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|NUMBER 216||THE NEWSPAPER OF EDUCATION RIGHTS||JANUARY 2004|
College Paper Reflects Anti-Christian Bias |
Kimberly Level's father, Tom Level, notes that the Meramec Community College student newspaper, Montage, "is evidence of the hostile, intimidating and demeaning environment. It also reflects how low things have really gotten, instead of striving for excellence. Perhaps it should be renamed The Gutter Gazette." The October 23, 2003 issue contains the following items:
Tom Level says that with professors like Dr. Blalock, it is not surprising that students feel comfortable printing such articles. Mr. Level reports that in his meeting with Dr. Blalock to complain about her American history course, "She made many outrageous statements: The Jesuit missionaries were not missionaries but the pope's army and just killed people." He adds, "She has problems with organized church and religion."