Dr. David Woodard made some great points about today’s activist students: A political science professor at Clemson university drew a stark contrast Monday between recent student protests and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Civil Rights Movement….
Topic: student protests
Conflict of Interest Forces Clemson Official to Recuse Self from Investigation
Campus Reform reported that a Clemson University official at their Office of Community and Ethical Standards, Alesia Smith, recused herself from a racial bias investigation at the university after it was discovered that her son was…
Yale Professors Officially Request Removal of “Masters” Titles
Political correctness running amok: According to the Yale Daily News, the Yale Council of Masters has recommended to President Peter Salovey that the title “master” be among the forthcoming name changes at the school. The…
Can College Demonstrators Lose Liberal Support?
College demonstrators might be losing support for the causes they claim to hold dear from their most natural, and effective allies. “Even sympathetic observers end up a tad uncomfortable here: Those of us who support…
Protesters Show Up at American University for Milo Yiannopoulos’s Speaking Event
Last Thursday, controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos was on the campus of American University in Washington, D.C. and was greeted by protesters. How lovely.
Silver Linings to Student Meltdowns
The bad news is that student protestors today are more openly totalitarian than demonstrators of the 1960s. The good news: They’re less destructive. “At the University of Kansas, where I graduated, students torched the…
Millennial Protesters Aren’t Well-Read
How do student protestors today differ from their predecessors back in the 1960s? The latter were more well-read. “This is a post-literacy generation,” Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars (NAS) said recently at…
Brown University Professor says Student Protests are Protesting Injustices that Don’t Exist
That anonymous professor is right about all these student protests.
Brandeis Administrators Cave to 12-Day Student Sit-In Demands on Diversity
Student sit-in and protests are bullying college administrators, who easily cave to their demands. This time, it was Brandeis’s turn.
St. Louis University Slows Down Occupy SLU Monument amid Declining Interest by Students
Instead of a monument, it may be some type of artwork, or something.