While enrolled as an online graduate student, I experienced one of the worst forms of discrimination, retaliation, and freedom of speech and religion violations. I was eventually ousted from the Master of Public Administration program. I took out more than $30,000 in student loans to attend that school and because I criticized Thomas Darling and Larry Thomas, I failed the Capstone course by .50 point. As a result of a letter, I also failed a basic technology course taught by a new professor named Sezgin Ayabakan. He too was part of the conspiracy to force me out of the MPA program, and it worked. Sezgin can only call himself a professor because his Ph.D. was confirmed by the University of Texas. However, he is no instructor. This *** refused to grade all of my assignments (I have screenshots of the submitted assignments), accused me of failing to turn in work and on time (I also have screenshots of the assignments which were submitted on time) and teamed up with two other Thomas Darling and Larry Thomas to fail me. These devils think that they have gotten away with ruining my life. However, time will tell and I will be around to watch the chips fall. After two years of complaints to various state and federal agencies, speaking with numerous lawyers begging them to take my case and blogging about my experience, I have come to agree with the *** who ruined both my academic and professional future. I do not deserve a master's degree from UB because I deserve better. I left that school with a 3.4 grade point average and rightfully earned more than 33 credit hours in the MPA program. Now, I am starting over at another university. A better university; one where women and minorities are treated with decency, respect, and fairness. A university where faculty members are held accountable for their actions and do not behave in hateful, sickening, and disgusting ways. Following my final semester at UB and upon learning that I had failed both courses attempted, I did what any student would have done. I contacted the University Dean's office for assistance and guidance with filing a formal grievance against my oppressors. Kathy Anderson, Dean of Students refused to allow me access to her office for a sit down meeting. This is a violation of federal law under Title VI. My rights were further violated when the dean of the School of Public & International Affairs appointed Debra Stanley to oversee the complaint and grievance process. In the end, my complaint and grievance were never reviewed by anyone at the university. I have Debra Stanley to thank for this elaborate cover up. She lied and claimed to have never received my complaint and grievance although I sent them via email. Email does not lie, however professors at the University of Baltimore do very well, and even to federal officials. Time will tell.