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McCartney good for CU diversity

Some University of Colorado employees are concerned about the former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney for using his position to “push” his viewpoints or “agenda.” And, they are concerned why? Basically, they don’t like his views.

Before I graduated from CU, I experienced in class many faculty members pushing their agendas on their students on a regular basis. I took it all with a grain of salt in the mix of diversity on campus. What’s missing now, which is obvious by the faculty members whining about McCartney, is diversity. The diversity of which I speak is where McCartney, who was a great coach at CU and very well could be again if offered the job, could be accepted despite his skillfully sharing his Christian views.

McCartney’s views wouldn’t be an issue if CU were sufficiently diversified.
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