The most frequent complaint I hear from college students is that professors inject their leftist political comments into their courses even when they have nothing to do with the subject.
In order to produce generalist courses, business school professors have been forced to invent subjects called strategy, called organizational behavior and so on.
We’ve been doing this here since 1968, so we have been identified as an example of a free, democratic school, and many professors want to expose their students to our philosophy.
In law school, I earned the respect of professors and served on the editorial board of ‘The Yale Law Journal.’
One of my graduate school professors, to whom I started sending poems when I started writing again after a 10-year hiatus, suggested I prepare a book manuscript which he could send to publishers for me.