On Campus, A Culture of Racial Division and Mistrust
Andy Ngo decided to take part in an event billed as “Students of Color Speak Out.” He writes, “As a student of color and the gay son of refugee immigrants, the event’s premise interested me.” What Ngo found, however, was a climate of animosity directed at white Americans.
Draining The Higher-Ed Swamp: The Case For Closing Evergreen State College
Are taxpayers required to subsidize the destruction of their country and way of life?
Oregon State Does Its Best to Combat “Whiteness”
It seems fitting that the state which hosted perhaps the ugliest riots following Trump’s election, Oregon, now is pushing a retreat for faculty members at Oregon State where those who “identify as white” can examine their “internalized dominance.”
Universities Push Fetishes On Campus
Universities have long abandoned the idea that some lifestyles are better than others. Morality is an outdated idea on your typical college campus. Events such as these–promoting behavior that has no place in a decent society–are the result of an environment that refuses to distinguish between the moral and immoral.
Academia’s Newest Victim Class: Fat People
Opposite the oppressed – fat people – are the privileged – healthy people. So, universities embark on campaigns to raise awareness of “thin privilege” and/or “size privilege.”
Portland State University Will Shut Down Political Activity If It’s ‘Triggering’
Administrators told a conservative student that his political protest could “trigger” a negative reaction from others—as such, he was prevented from continuing with his plans.
Will Oregon Be the Next State to Worsen College Affordability?
Of late, higher education is abuzz with the question, “Will Oregon Be the First State with a College Trust Fund?” For those who care about college affordability in the long term, there are plenty of reasons to hope not.
“Free” College in Oregon Comes with 20-Year Price Tag
(From WorldonCampus.com): “Free” College in Oregon Comes with 20-Year Price Tag By Elise Graff As the cost of education balloons and student loan interest rates rise, lawmakers and students are considering creative school financing options. The latest is an Oregon plan that would keep students at public colleges completely out of traditional loans. Once Oregon’s […]