Education was once said to be experience reduced in time.   Nowadays, it might better be described as grievances reduced in time, from, via Legal Insurrection:

The University of Scranton in Pennsylvania is seeking to hire a new director to promote “feminist theories and knowledge” and “social justice theories” on campus, according to a job listing on Chronicle Vitae.

The new “Director of Cross Cultural Centers” will be tasked with managing the school’s Women’s Center, which is funded by the school’s $42,910 annual tuition. The director will be asked to “implement programs and initiatives on gender equity and social justice that incorporate feminist theories and best practices,” which include “identity development, social justice, and women’s leadership.”

Because social justice is intrinsic to the center’s mission, the director will also work alongside professors to “increase students’ understanding of feminist theories and knowledge” so that students are motivated to engage in “social justice action.”

These theories include ones such as “rape culture,” which posits that rape is so pervasive at colleges that one in five women will be victims of sexual assault, and “masculinity,” a feminist theory about how men are conditioned to adhere to “toxic” social roles.

Knowledge is not gendered. A fact is a fact.

Fact, men and women are different. Not different in the sense that one sex is better than the other, but rather just different. So explain how two populations, to wit male and female, who are different are equal. That is by what measure or set of measurements were used to base the theory that men and women are somehow equal?

Fact the concept of justice is a lovely idea. However it is neigh near impossible to explain. In court trial both the friends of the defendant and the victim will demand justice. Yet no matter what the outcome, one or both sides will will feel deprived. I am sure that in California v. Simpson, the defendant’s family felt that justice was served. The families of the late Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, not so much.

Moreover, how does the concept of social justice differ from the concept of justice? What is the measure of just and unjust outcomes? By whom are these measure to be established. Note, the Declaration of Independence proclaims that all men are created equal and entitled to certain right, among these are the pursuit of happiness. Not John Hancock et al only said men had the right to pursue happiness, and not that they had assurance of actually achieving it.

Aside from the theory that men and women are somehow equal, what is a feminist theory and how did it differ from a masculine theory? Further, how is feminist theory superior to masculine theory? Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion has been superseded but are the basic for interplanetary navigation. What feminist theory can make a similar claim?

Do you see the problem? In supermarkets apples are so common that consumers are forced to buy oranges. “Rape culture,” which posits that rape is so pervasive at colleges that one in five women will be victims of sexual assault. The complaint is about an over abundance of apples, but the so-called evidence is an over abundance of oranges.

So a degree from the University of Scranton is evidence of what?   I say, a  waste of time and money.  What say you.