Cartoon Controversy at Purdue University Calumet
A recent editorial cartoon by Nikko Elliott, appearing in the Purdue University Calumet Chronicle, has become part of a larger public discussion on the subjects of religious tolerance, racism, free speech, professor-student relations, and the point at which personal opinions, when expressed in a public forum, cross the line. If it sounds complicated, that’s because it is. To learn more about the issues inspiring the editorial cartoon and the larger controversy of which the cartoon has become a part, follow these links:
"PUC Professor Calls Cartoon Anti-Semitic" by Carmen McCollum, Northwest Indiana Times, March 8, 2012.
"Professor's Facebook Comments Draw Protests from Students" on NBC Chicago.
"PUC Students Protest Professor's Comments, Facebook Page” on Hammond Community.net.
Written by Bridget Hanley, Proficient Pen
Copyright 2012 Terence E. Hanley