Pointing your fingers at other people who have done the same act won't justify her actions of using children's education as a PR tool.
I would have been down right angry to have my child's right to receive a quality education ruined by those bunch of media people with their flash photography, and I am pretty sure I am not the only one.
Do you think that the professor, or other critiques such as I, would have been so vocal against it had she carried out her teaching mission quietly without turning it into such a media bonanza?
In addition, I don't get your personal bashing of the professor for matters that have nothing to do with his criticisms of YNK.
Are you faultless?
Is YNK really divine like some posters here claim her to be?
I don't know the person and I really don't care to know.
All I am aware is that he made some valid criticisms about cozy relationships between universities and their student athletes exchanging favors, although he didn't get all of his facts straight during the process.
Anyways, I'm moving on, and in my opinion, so should you.