Yale renames Calhoun College for Grace Hopper
cisin at xenosoft.com
Tue Feb 14 22:46:13 CST 2017
On Tue, 14 Feb 2017, Ken Seefried wrote:
> I'd be fascinated at a justification for this opinion that squared
> with "John C. Calhoun’s legacy as a white supremacist and a national
> leader who passionately promoted slavery as a ‘positive good’".
And, once he graduated from Yale in 1804, he turned his back on the
college, with no further significant involvement, and didn't give them
famous alum, before Yale had any other famous alums.
I'd say that Grace Hopper had a better legacy.
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