Enter Campus Reform’s Biased Course Contest!

Summer Ratcliff
Managing Editor

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Are leftist courses taking over your college curriculum? Campus Reform wants to hear from you!

Campus Reform is hosting a contest to find the most biased, liberal college courses offered during the fall 2015 semester. We are looking for students to carefully examine their course catalogs for liberal-leaning classes. If none are offered, feel free to check the catalogs of other schools.

Not sure about the type of courses we’re looking for? Here are a few examples of liberal courses previously exposed by Campus Reform:

A Woman for President (course designed around Hillary Clinton and includes excursion to Clinton Global Initiative in New York City)

Studies in American Literature/Culture: U.S. Race Theory & the Problem of Whiteness

Police Violence and Mass Incarceration

Participants may submit up to three courses which must be offered for the fall 2015 semester at a U.S. college. Submissions will be judged based on the title of the class and its course description. The first place winner will receive $500, second place $300, and third place $200.

Campus Reform is now accepting submissions at lfalcon@campusreform.org until October 1, 12 AM EST. In your submission, please include the university name, course title, description, a link/screenshot of the course on the school website, and your phone number. The contest is open to all and winners will be announced on CampusReform.org.



Summer Ratcliff

Summer Ratcliff

Managing Editor

Summer Ratcliff is Campus Reform’s Managing Editor. Prior to joining Campus Reform, Summer worked as the Program Director of the National Journalism Center and News Editor of The Daily Athenaeum, West Virginia University's student newspaper. 

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