Via Campus Reform:

Still reeling from last year’s student protests, the University of Missouri took action this week on two more diversity demands, hiring a chief diversity officer and requiring students to complete diversity-themed courses.

The College of Arts and Science at Mizzou announced Wednesday that undergraduates will now have to complete three credit-hours of “diversity intensive” (DI) courses in order to graduate, saying the courses will focus on “understanding differing social groups” and “will explore at least one form of social inequality, broadly defined.”

“The proposal builds on decades of student activism and the work of previous diversity committees.”

The College accounts for more than half of all Mizzou students, with more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled.

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