The University of Chicago ignored a student union’s request for recognition, which prompted students to protest.
"This is a call to action."
"Even though it may be an unpopular view, that does not mean it is not a valid perspective."
The office also offered a $5 shirt, as well as entry into a raffle to win a “free gift.”
Subjects included "anti-blackness," "de-weaponizing whiteness," "police brutality," "gentrification," and the "undocumented community."
"[T]here was not much chance of having a balanced discussion."
“[W]omen are in effect born into an unofficial service industry."
“What the university says is, in effect, you have the right to carry, and if you do, we’ll kick you out."
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“There should be intentional outreach in Latinx communities throughout the country."
“We urge our community to be aware of the potentially harmful impact..."
SMU administrators donated exclusively to Democrat political candidates and politicians.
"[I]t's easy to fall back into what you're used to..."
"[T]he past legislative session witnessed an extensive debate..."
"[T]here will be “readings from the masterworks Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto..."
“The changes got out in front of the process.”
"Don't just interrupt a senator's meal..."
"Don't let [them] forget about this."
"This letter...is not about partisan politics."
"[T]hese professors and students feel entitled enough to try and shut down the President's speech..."
“[D]ecorating cupcakes likely does not have any effect."