There are so many lessons to be learned from the case of ex-Harvard President Claudine Gay. Perhaps the crux of which is that the application of the DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) dogma will inevitably lead to mediocrity. We will have a hard time getting rid of this – a ‘mediocranny’ if you will.
Gay’s resignation from her prestigious post at Harvard, cementing her as the shortest-serving President in Harvard’s history, has led to a lot of wailing and mewing from left-wing commentators.
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