Two notes... 1. Glassdoor is pretty unreliable. For starters, to access their data they want you to provide salary data for your company to grow the dataset. The result has been that people have been entering very clearly false salary data. Look up some top NYC law firms and you'll see equity partners pulling an average of $110k according to Glassdoor. Many of these firms have profits per partner in the millions and their base salaries would have been higher than that as first year associates. The data is further skewed because there is no standard pay for an assistant professor at a university. It depends greatly on the discipline. A CS professor might make $200k while an english lit professor may top out at 60k. I have no great love for Liberty but using this very imperfect number to draw any conclusions about them isn't as revealing as it would appear at first glance. If the only respondents to Glassdoor taught religion or philosophy, that number is going to be much lower and not capture what they may be paying a CJ professor or a business professor (and certainly not a professor at their medical school). 2. Has anyone noticed that most of the outrage as of late has come as a result of people just not staying in their lane? If Falwell were as careful with his words as a university president who is actually qualified for the job, I don't think there would be much controversy around him at all. Unlike his father, the younger Falwell doesn't need to build an empire based on bluster. He inherited it. He's also not the only one. The CrossFit guy just had to stick to matters of fitness. No flippant remarks about people who have died under tragic circumstances and certainly no doubling down on that because you only meant to crap on scientists in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic. Dude, just stick to fitness. Raging against the scientists you feel who hurt your business likely drove a spike through the heart of said business. We all have opinions. And on a forum like this we often express them. But as you rise in prominence your words take on a different power and it seems many folks, especially with the ease of platforms like Twitter to spew rather than sit with a notion and then let it go, just don't get that. If I had one wish for LU for 2020 it would be that Falwell find a more subtle way to push his agenda. Publicly, support all students from all backgrounds. That doesn't mean he has to believe differently. But I suppose the notion of dignified behavior of a president has died long before this specific incident.