VIDEO: Cultural appropriation worries ruin St. Patrick's Day
- St. Patrick's Day is immensely popular all over the country, especially among frivolity-loving college students, but is the holiday actually an example of the "cultural appropriation" those same students so detest?
- Students who spoke with Campus Reform were initially fine with the idea of non-Irish people celebrating St. Patrick's Day, but upon further reflection decided that it does, in fact, constitute cultural appropriation.
With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, millions of Americans will be donning their finest green apparel, drinking copious amounts of Guinness, and attending parades in cities around the country.
Never ones to miss an opportunity to party, college students everywhere will of course be partaking in St. Patrick’s day festivities in bars and frat houses.