"[it] does the opposite of what it's intended to do."
Do young people, particularly college students, understand what socialism even is?
"It's coming from people within our borders."
"consistently having to push back..."
Another media bias blunder?
The beginning of the end?
"There is no question that I am a 'difficult employee.'"
What would Dr. King say?
"This is my ideal writing course."
And so it continues...
What are the unintended consequences?
"The reception is not always great."
"the emergency is this president"
When does one become an "adult"?
In case they've "just met"
"There could be a feeling of that just by the nature of your gender"
"Definition of womanhood is changing..."
"It shouldn't surprise anyone..."
Students had a lot to say...but they didn't always have a lot of knowledge.
"out of an abundance of caution"
"All I can think about is that he lost both his parents in one year."
"People wanted to fire him right away."
"Sean Spicer was invited to speak...and promote himself and his white supremacist views..."
"You are being reprimanded..."
The group claims there's "danger in legitimizing [Spicer's] voice..."
Yes, there's even more to be thankful for.
"It has come to our attention..."
"Let's end student debt."
“I cannot vote for these bills without compromising my values..."
"Even though it may be an unpopular view, that does not mean it is not a valid perspective."
"12% of the student population identifies as Latin American"
A Tennessee state senator wants to know which publicly-funded colleges and universities currently have contracts with Nike after the apparel company unveiled its new ad campaign featuring the controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
A Missouri college has dropped Nike an athletic apparel provider, just days after the company unveiled its new ad campaign featuring controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.
Vox.com published an article Friday claiming liberals are the true victims when it comes to free speech censorship on American college campuses, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
A white Emory University law professor who wrote that the American judicial system is “plagued” by “racism” was suspended this week for allegedly using the N-word in class.