A University of Virginia alumnus blasted his alma mater for promoting a “partisan” political agenda.
The alumnus shared an email he received from the university’s Miller Center CEO, which he says is evidence of this.
A University of Virginia alumnus is calling out his alma mater after a college official inadvertently sent him an email that he says highlights the school’s political bias.
Stan Gordon shared with Campus Reform the email he received from UVA Miller Center Director and CEO William Antholis on December 10. In the message, addressed to “Slade,” Antholis presents the idea of hosting a “nonpartisan” discussion on impeachment. The email was sent just days before President Donald Trump was formally impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives.“As an alumnus, it just is not acceptable in terms of what the university stands for…” Tweet This
During an exclusive interview with Campus Reform, Gordon said that upon conducting some research, he believes the email was intended for former U.S. Republican Sen. Slade Gorton of Washington State.
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