NU professor quits due to rowdy students, used condoms in yard

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A professor at Northwestern University is quitting his job because of rowdy students.

Dr. Mark Waymack says he’s been finding used condoms, vomit and beer cans in his yard.

Waymack has lived in Evanston for 18-years and says he plans to move.

The professor not only blames the students but says Northwestern’s administration is at fault.

Waymack says the school has a culture of tolerance and indifference toward student behavior.

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  • MrCrabs

    NU like the big money they get from self-important parents. They only want to admit "special" students from alumni and people that have money to buy their kid's way in the door. They throw a few bones out to "under privileged" students to pretend that they are open to all. NU students aren't the only set of bad actors, though. The population of Evanston has been going into the dumper for decades. Even in the 70s they had the same issues as the Banana Republic of Chicago. They were the recipients of issues that rode along with urban flight.

  • Arnold

    Yeah so called college kids still need mommy and daddy to hold their hand like they have been doing for their whole life. Spoil your kids and don't pay attention to them this is what happens

  • keeping real

    professor should not live so close to student housing because that every collage campus, so good luck and next collage don't live so close to wild students!! I love my collage years SIU @ Carbondale