Photo Courtesy The Boston Globe
Photo Courtesy The Boston Globe

Cornel West, an activist and professor, is parting ways with Harvard University once again. In a resignation letter shared on social media, West cited “superficial diversity” and “political prejudices” as reasons for leaving the Ivy League school.

Monday night, West published his one-page letter, claiming that after 15 years teaching at Harvard, his tenure application was rejected. The letter was dated June 30.

Read the full story at USA Today | News |  Education.


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