GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — A Texas A&M Galveston professor has failed every student in his strategic management class, berating them via email as a disgrace to the school.
KPRC television station in Houston reports that Irwin Horwitz sent the email Thursday informing them of their failing grades and saying he'll no longer teach the class.
The email said he's reached "breaking point." Horwitz accused the students of backstabbing and cheating, and said they lack maturity.
Some students told the television station the email came as a shock and voiced concern it could impact their career prospects.
University official Patrick Louchouarn says the failing grades won't stick because the students haven't finished the course and grades are applied on completion.
The department head will take over the class until the end of the semester.
Information from: KPRC-TV
Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.
The rebuilding San Diego Padres and left-hander Clayton Richard agreed to a $6 million, two-year contract Wednesday that runs through 2019.
A Pacific Beach man is accusing the churches in his neighborhood of making the homeless problem worse.
A local non-profit is aiming to keep the public aware of the urgent efforts and the all the steps the county has taken to contain further infections.
Clinicians are amputating more toes, legs, ankles and feet of patients with diabetes in California - and San Diego County in particular - in a "shocking" trend that has mystified diabetes experts here and across the country.
Disney’s under the sea sensation, “The Little Mermaid,” is swimming into the San Diego Civic Theater.
Sport anglers fishing off the coast of San Clemente reeled in what is believed to be the largest bluefin tuna ever caught on the west coast on Tuesday.
Students and faculty at Hoover High School were evacuated Wednesday morning after a small fire broke out in a woodshop class.
Mexico’s federal disaster agency is adjusting its death toll from this week’s big earthquake. National Civil Defense Coordinator Luis Felipe Puente said in a tweet Wednesday that officials now count 223 dead — a reduction of two from the figure they gave earlier.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions planned to observe Coast Guard officials Wednesday in San Diego as they offloaded more than 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin seized from seafaring drug traffickers since the beginning of August.