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The Point: Doings and Undoings


Greetings, Colleagues!

Fall Teaching – Course Caps and the Question of Modalities


Dear FSU Members,

Below is (hopefully) clarification on two issues that faculty have raised:

TOMORROW: State-Wide Town Hall on Higher Ed


Dear FSU Members,

Just a reminder and slight time change on Town Hall (starts at 4:30, not 4:00)

Two immediate asks:

1)  Please sign and distribute this petition calling for a safe, equitable, layoff-free reopening of our campuses:

Join us this Friday for an important NTT organizing meeting! (July 17 3-4pm)


Dear NTT colleagues,

Thanks to all of you who joined via Zoom last Friday afternoon, to help us keep connected and keep supporting our NTT colleagues at UMB.  There is much work to be done!  

We'll meet again this week on Friday, July 17 from 3-4pm, and hope to see you there! (contact the FSU office for Zoom info)

The Point: Bots


Greetings, Colleagues.

Whose Streets? Our Streets!

If you’ve been to a protest march or rally in the modern era no doubt you have heard the chant “Whose Streets? Our Streets!”  Maybe you have even shouted along with it. 

“Whose Streets? Our Streets!” is always an elegant performance —a bait-and-switch that seems to ask a knotty rhetorical question only to answer it with the fact of its own iteration.  But what if we apply “Whose Streets?” to our own campus?


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