Caleb talks political correctness and crime alerts with Tomi Lahren

  • The University of Minnesota announced earlier this year that it wouldn't be listing race in suspects' descriptions in crime alerts. But it appears the university hasn't followed through.

Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Caleb Bonham joined Tomi Lahren last week to discuss the University of Minnesota's apparently abandoned plan to quit using race in suspects' descriptions in crime alerts. Take a look:

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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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