The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has never been known as a venue for self-help seminars, but in 2016 it happened. A session called Campus Crackdown focused on practical steps that conservative students could take…
Articles By: Deborah Lambert
Even National Public Radio (NPR) occasionally realizes that some college courses are straight from la-la land.
Why does a campus with such a diverse student body need a “Center for Student Diversity”?
Feminist groups at several universities recently took part in an effort called “Edit Wikipedia Day,” to address what they perceive as the sexist flaws in the website.
In a bold move on today’s politically correct campuses, a group of brave libertarian students at the University of Michigan recently decided to stand up and tell the school that they were, in effect, “mad as hell and not going to take it anymore.”
A group of Phi Psi frat boys recently sent out a fall rush pledge flyer covered with half naked women, which sent the feministas into orbit.
At one of the recent meetings, some of them “openly bragged about their arrests, fights with cops, and the help with legal entanglements they’ve received from the NAACP. More than 900 arrests have occurred since the protests launched in April.”
Although the air temperature may be falling, the leftist rhetoric is heating up on our college campuses again.
The homeschooling phenomenon is continuing its upward spiral.
Now that accumulated student loan debt stands at approximately $1 trillion, it’s time to take stock of what students have been learning over the years.