This course will be taught by Professor Laurence Tribe who certainly has not kept his political views a secret.
Hotel-supplied shampoos becomes a racial issue on campus.
The idea of intersectional feminism is already ridiculous enough, but this course encourages students to be even more extreme and fight against capitalism.
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.
The chapter has flourished in the past year, hosting three prominent conservative women at their campus.
Rose Laoutaris is a student at American University in their Gap Program studying American Politics. On campus, she is involved with Young Americans for Freedom and is the Outreach Director of American’s chapter. She is also involved with Future Female Leaders and PragerFORCE.
Students are not being educated; they are being indoctrinated.
by Rose Laoutaris Many universities today offer majors and courses on Gender and Sexualities studies, and Marquette University, a Jesuit university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is no different. Marquette has its own Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies which, according to its website, “is dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, dialogue, growth, and empowerment around issues […]
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.
By so unapologetically presenting her tasteless stance on abortion, Wolf did damage to her pro-abortion cause by highlighting, for those who may have been unaware, the horrors of it.
Progressives demand that conservatives actively participate in and endorse progressive ideas — a very different request than respectful toleration.
“If half of the states are ready to [ban abortion] tomorrow, then legalizing abortion was never constitutional. Abortion was never a part of the fabric of our liberty.”
We celebrate our Declaration of Independence, which asserted for the first time in human history that the rights of each person came from God, not from other men or government. It is this declaration that defines American Exceptionalism.
A rising sophomore at Georgetown studying Government and Economics.