Mark Perry at AEI’s Carpe Diem blog crunches some very revealing numbers.
It’s an idea with good intentions and documented bad outcomes. Concerned students should talk to the university and student government and convince them to get rid of this requirement.
How will students get a balanced perspective in men’s studies if they are not taught the importance of positive masculinity?
The risk we face in taking courses and textbooks at face value.
Hotel-supplied shampoos becomes a racial issue on campus.
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The idea of intersectional feminism is already ridiculous enough, but this course encourages students to be even more extreme and fight against capitalism.
The college freshman program, adopted in 90 percent of American colleges, is one of leftists’ most successful student indoctrination programs, since every college freshman – regardless of major – is required to participate.
Science is based on facts and objectivity while feminism is a political movement and ideology. Trying to combine the two in the name of political correctness only hurts scientific advancement.
Students are not being educated; they are being indoctrinated.
Toxic ideas first spread by higher education have undermined humanistic values, fueled intolerance, and widened divisions in our larger culture.
Today, 377 universities in the U.S. offer Gender Studies degrees, including all but two out of twenty-eight Jesuit universities in the U.S. (Spring Hill College and Wheeling Jesuit University).
If Oberlin wants to teach a course about obesity, it should be a health course on how to prevent obesity, not a gender studies course about social justice.
“These Harvard kids got the less of their lives in the Heartland.”