Towson University Fires Adjunct For Using the N Word

An adjunct teacher at Towson University is talking about being fired over his use of a word he said in the context of a classroom discussion. Adjunct Art Professor Allen Zaruba admitted he uses a racial slur in a class. "I used the N-word in reference to myself," Zaruba said. The student newspaper The Towerlight reports that Zaruba told his students in a Visual Concepts class that he was, "a nigger on the corporate plantation" in a discussion on contemporary art. Zaruba said that he knew right away that some students would be offended. The incident occurred on Monday of […]
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