Harvard professor accused of being a Republican is suspended while his case considered
Carlos Delicto, On-campus at America’s premier university
The first semester of 2020 at America’s premier university began with student protests.
An esteemed Professor, and Dean of the School of Diversity at Harvard University, is being called out by students for being the only member of the faculty who is a registered Republican. Students accuse him of being a racist, among several alleged transgressions.
Dr. Nikolai Augustus Bukharin, recognized as the leading academic among Ivy League schools in the growing field of Inclusive Diversity – in the topical venues of race, gender, age, intellect, politics, and physical attributes – is being singled-out by students for failing to express any support for leading Democrat POTUS candidates Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, or Pete Buttigieg.
The ordeal for Professor Bukharin began when a photograph of him wearing a MAGA cap was printed in the campus newspaper, The Harvard Crimson.
The Crimson editor, Ms. Padilla Dorvay, asked in a recent op-ed piece: “How can we feel safe on campus knowing Harvard doesn’t support diversity when everyone isn’t a registered Democrat or a socialist?”
In response to student protests, the PR firm that handles controversies involving Harvard announced that a Title IX complaint has been filed against Professor Bukharin.
While the matter is under consideration by the administration, Bukharin is suspended from his teaching responsibilities, with pay.