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Sensitive Snowflakes Week at College Insurrection

Sensitive Snowflakes Week at College Insurrection

Your weekly report from the world of higher education.

Imagine if we based free expression on logic instead of people’s feelings.

Maybe people wouldn’t freak out over little things.

Really little things.

Schools are finding creative ways to deal with the higher ed bubble.

Very creative.

Students are finding ways to cut costs too.

Dennis Prager is asking the important questions.

Compare and contrast.

A mystery revealed.

Want to feel old?

Presidential politics on campus.

Some students just don’t test well.

Putting the high in higher education.

Ziggy Stardust 101.

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DINORightMarie | August 22, 2015 at 10:17 am

What a great collection!

If people are not reading CI every day, then this is an excellent way to ensure they at least weekly get to see what is going on in higher ed today.

Thanks!!! Even though I come regularly to CI, usually daily, I don’t post comments (the WordPress login is not letting me…..even though it’s just fine for LI. Oh, well.)

I have two children (adults!) in college, and see so well that our nation is being corrupted in so many ways from pre-K thru PhD “education”; what you do is often thankless yeoman’s work – so, a HUGE thank you, and PLEASE keep it up!!!

I am not sure I am comfortable with the expression, “paying lip service”.

Whole lotta triggers in those three words.

Not A Member of Any Organized Political | August 22, 2015 at 4:16 pm

Shouldn’t have Global Warming wiped out those Sensitive Snowflakes by now?

There have always been snowflakes. (And, sometimes, they’re male.)

The big boost in college attendance came after WW2. Millions of men survived the fighting and were returning home. Alas, there was no job markets open for them to enter. And, it was in the Truman administration that it was noticed something had to be done. And, done in a hurry.

This is how you ended up with millions of men being the first ones in their families to attend college. It was called “The GI Bill.” Women then ran to colleges to find husbands. You think I’m kidding?