April 2, 2005

by Reb Yudel
Teaneck University Fires Neo-Nazi Adjunct

Via Eschaton comes this tale from the FDU student newspaper:

Jacques Pluss, an adjunct professor at the Metropolitan Campus, openly discussed his March 21 dismissal from Fairleigh Dickinson in a 44-minute interview on a website of the National Socialist Movement designed with swastikas and a picture of Adolf Hitler.

Pluss said he was "removed" from his classroom duties when he received a brief phone call at 5:30 p.m. from the department chairman who, he said, told him he was being released "for the convenience of the university" the following day. "I was stolen away in the night," he said. Pluss reported that he will be paid his salary through the end of this semester. He also said he will retire from "the academic world" and devote himself to the cause of the White Aryan Race Nation.

I guess David Horowitz has a point about right-wingers getting a fair shake on campus after all.

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#1

AFAIK, it wasn't the Teaneck campus he was teaching on.

Posted by: Joe Grossberg at April 4, 2005 12:19 PM
#2

Larry's right: "Pluss has taught at FDU's Teaneck campus since 2002." (Bergen Record) Metropolitan Campus is what they call the Teaneck campus.

Posted by: Andy at April 6, 2005 11:51 AM
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