We the Internet TV’s Rob Montz went to Yale to talk to students and professors and figure out why the school has created more administrative posts to placate students while nobody in Yale’s administration seems interested in Yale’s once-vaunted core values of academic freedom and open dialogue.
Is Yale still a university designed to seek knowledge and truth? Or primarily a full service destination for privileged students? A place where upper class students can add to their resumes in a cushy, unchallenging environment before taking elite jobs? Is the role of the bloated college administration to further academic objectives or their own careers and purview?
While Part 2 of the documentary focuses on Yale (Part 1 focuses on Brown University), it has implications for colleges nationwide, as universities are grappling with issues of free speech and free expression amidst student demands for inclusive environments.
Watch the two-part documentary below.