Pushing Back on the Left Week in Higher Education
Your weekly report on campus news.
Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 09:00am 3 Comments
There have been some positive developments in higher education this week.
- Emory University Professor Says Microaggressions Don’t Exist
- Northern Arizona U. Students Demand President’s Resignation Because She Rejects Safe Spaces
- Student Protesters Ejected from Charles Murray Speech at Villanova U.
Of course, the resistance continues.
- Harvard Grad Students Launch ‘Resistance School’ to Oppose Trump
- New UC Santa Cruz Course on Trump is Exactly What You’d Expect
- Princeton and Other Schools Challenge Trump’s Immigration Executive Order
It’s still all leftism, all the time.
- Muslim Teen Accepted to Stanford After Writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 Times on Application
- Columbia Reserves Rooms Exclusively for Black and LGBT Groups
- Prof Claims Criticism of Susan Rice Based on Hatred of Black Women
Harvard had a busy week.
- English Majors at Harvard Will Now be Required to Study ‘Marginalized’ Authors
- ‘Free Speech Bus’ Defaced by Protesters at Harvard
- Fraternity at Harvard Decides to go Gender Neutral
But it sounds like such fun.
Of course they do.
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“Muslim Teen Accepted to Stanford After Writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 Times on Application” Along with millions from unnamed Islamic organization (Semi-pun – it may turnout to be true).
I’d like to add this article by an an associate professor of History at Montreal’s McGill University, Jason Opal, to the roster of Leftist hysteria and self-loathing: “America Should Never Be ‘Great Again’.”
(I noticed that he completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell. Heh.)
Meanwhile, at Claremont McKenna, the inmates run the asylum. Check off another “college” my child will never attend.
The obvious fear that liberals show to opinions other than theirs demonstrates both the strength of the speaker’s argument, and the weakness of the protesters.
Too bad they are too ignorant to realize it.