SPECIAL: Campus Reform's guide to a politically correct Halloween

Caleb Bonham
Editor-in-chief Emeritus

  • Use to navigate the murky waters of what is and is not politically correct
  • Cowboys are acceptable, Indians are not.
  • Never go full "White Trash"
  • Earlier this week, Campus Reform's Katherine Timpf reported on two public university incidents in which officials warned students against donning potentially offensive Halloween costumes.

    The University of Colorado posted a website notification discouraging diversity of costumes due to the potential of “inaccurate and hurtful portrayals of other peoples' cultures in the CU community.”

    "Cowboys, for instance — totally fine. Indians — not totally fine,” - University of Minnesota undergraduate student body president Mike Schmit   

    Earlier this month, officials at the University of Minnesota issued a letter warning against distasteful Halloween costumes. 

    Campus Reform recognizes how confusing these suggestions can be. Offensive content is very subjective.

    So we decided to issue a guide for students to navigate the murky waters of what is and is not politically correct this Halloween. 

    Watch: Campus Reform’s Guide to Politically Correct Halloween Costumes

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    Caleb Bonham

    Caleb Bonham

    Editor-in-chief Emeritus
    Caleb Bonham is the former editor-in-chief of Campus Reform. Named a Red Alert Politics "30 Under 30," Caleb is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and host of the award nominated YouTube series, The Caleb Bonham Show. Caleb's work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, MSNBC and The Blaze. Caleb is a proud graduate of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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