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Leslie’s Top 10 Posts of College Insurrection’s Sophomore Year

Leslie’s Top 10 Posts of College Insurrection’s Sophomore Year

College Insurrection: a Musical Celebration

As Aleister noted yesterday, College Insurrection is celebrating its second anniversary of conservative reporting on the progressive antics taking place on American college campuses.

I thought a musical tribute might be be the best way to celebrate. Happy Birthday!

In no particular order, here are my Top 10 posts from the 2013-2014 academic year!

1) Working in a Coal Mine! by Devo

2014 List of 10 Best Career Prospects for Recent College Graduates

2) Girls Just Want to Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper

Columbia Art Students Battle “Patriarchy” with Lesbian Porn Film

3) Sympathy for the Devil by the Rolling Stones

Harvard’s Catholic students deride black mass, educational pretenses, and hate speech

4) We are the Champions by Queen.

Free Speech Victory: VA Community College System settles lawsuit for $25,000

5) The Taxman by the Beatles.

Students booted from Hawaii college council for questioning fees for non-existent services

6) Words by The Monkees

Vancouver School Board Adds Three Pronouns to Address Transgender Students

7) Indian Reservation by Paul Revere and the Raiders

U. of Utah pays tribute to keep its official “Ute” nickname

8) Psycho Killer by the Talking Heads

Recent graduate suggests “killing all the law schools”

9) Respect by Aretha Franklin

Duke’s Porn Princess Complains, “I Don’t Feel Respected”

10) “Animal House” Theme Song

Gallup research shows going Greek is good!

I’ve enjoyed my time at College Insurrection very much, and am a little sad that my new projects have sucked away vital punditry time. I am looking forward to seeing what College Insurrection’s junior year will reveal, as reported by Aleister, Nathaniel Hunter, and Casey Breznick.


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The selection of music to go with these posts is fantastic! Thank you for bringing back some wonderful memories! (Or, considering the time frame for most of those songs, maybe I should say “flashbacks”)