VIDEO: Kaitlyn Schallhorn joins TheBlaze's Dana Loesch to discuss ‘Christian privilege’ bulletin boards

Sterling Beard
Director of Journalism Training

A bulletin board in an Appalachian State University residence hall—put up by a resident assistant—claims that Christian students have more “privilege” because of their faith.

Campus Reform reporter Kaitlyn Schallhorn joined The Blaze’s “Dana” show Wednesday evening to discuss App State’s students’ reactions to the board.

“They don’t create any kind of diversity of thought whatsoever, they definitely don’t promote diversity among religions or the faiths of students. They only marginalize these students and make them feel very uncomfortable,” Schallhorn said.

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Sterling Beard

Sterling Beard

Director of Journalism Training
Sterling Beard is Campus Reform's Director of Journalism Training. Prior to joining Campus Reform, he spent time as an editorial associate for National Review Online and as a staff writer at The Hill, where he served as the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's Lyn Nofziger Fellow and regularly appeared across the country on Fox News Radio to provide analysis of current events. In 2017, Sterling was named to The Chronicle of Higher Education's Influence List, one of nine people who "affected federal policy, campus culture, and the national conversation about education in 2017 — and who are likely to remain influential in the year ahead."
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