The former adjunct professor whose tirade against pro-life students at a Hunter College information table went viral last spring has pleaded guilty to menacing and harassment for confronting a New York Post reporter and photographer with a machete after they tried to question her outside her Bronx apartment about the encounter with the students.
The former adjunct professor who confronted pro-life students at an information table at Hunter College and was then charged with menacing a New York Post reporter with a machete last spring has apparently found a new teaching job.
No sooner had Patrick Rubi returned from the adventure of a lifetime when he embarked on another adventure — one that could end with his ordination to the priesthood.
Students who were angrily confronted by a Hunter College adjunct professor as they manned a pro-life information table at the school — an incident captured on a video that went viral — are back on campus and ready to continue their advocacy.
A former art professor at Manhattan’s Hunter College charged in May with menacing and harassment of a reporter following an incident where she had confronted pro-life students at the college, could strike a plea deal with Bronx prosecutors.
Pro-life students who were both verbally and physically confronted by an adjunct professor livid at them for handing out pamphlets at Hunter College are speaking out about the harrowing incident, saying they were shaken by her tirade but were determined to continue advocating for the unborn.
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