Bill posted last week on Columbia's terrorist professor, Kathy Boudin. Stefan Kanfer has this article at the City Journal on the same subject. I thought the last paragraph was worth quoting here.
When it became known that Boudin was hiding in plain sight at Columbia, the New York Post interviewed the nephew of one of the police officers shot to death in Nanuet. He reminded readers of the consequences of that long-ago incident: "Nine children grew up without their dads because of her actions." None of this, course, has any effect on Columbia. Associate dean Marianne Yoshioka, who hired Boudin, rose to her defense. Kathy Boudin has been "an excellent teacher who gets incredible evaluations from her students each year," Yoshioka said. "Incredible" does seem the operative word.