Michigan Professor Offers Extra Credit For Students to Attend Occupy Protest

Professor Jeanne Lorentzen from Northern Michigan University if offering her students 20 points extra credit if they attend one of the far left rallies in the area.
The Blaze reported:

A sociology professor at Northern Michigan University has purportedly offered her students extra credit for taking part in a local Occupy protest.

According to an email obtained by The Blaze, Professor Jeanne Lorentzen is offering students in her introductory sociology course 20 extra credit points if they attend an Occupy the Upper Peninsula demonstration with her on Saturday. Students who do not wish to attend the protest have the option of writing a 20-page term paper about a social movement to receive the same extra credit. Neither assignment is compulsory.

The email says students who choose to attend must make a protest sign that can say anything as long as it’s not “offensive, rude or divisive.” To qualify for the extra credit, students must sign an attendance sheet twice, at the beginning and end of the march.

Professor Lorentzen is a big moonbat. This comes from her facebook page:

She took her facebook page down today.

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