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University of Chicago Warns Students of Incoming Class That They Will Not Be Shielded From Opposing Views Or Given "Safe Spaces"

I have always been proud of my alma mater, The University of Chicago, and the education that I received in Hyde Park. However, that pride has been magnified this week with a letter sent to the class of 2020. 305 more words


Late Post. However an update.

Hello my readers. I apologize for the late post. I have had to deal with some pests and some issues regarding social media. Essentially, what it came down to was… 246 more words

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Your Tax Dollars: State University Restricts Free Speech

This is still unconstitutional in the U.S. at least until January 20, 2017, but Northwestern State University, a school in the Louisiana State University system, is obviously getting a head start in anticipation of a Hillary Clinton presidency. 227 more words


Confusing Dissent With Disloyalty

Almost every month we see a new report about the increase in censorship within colleges and universities in the United States. This censorship usually takes the form of safe spaces, trigger warnings, or omissions of material from curriculum that could be considered offensive. 1,555 more words

DARE TO BELIEVE: Here’s What Has Happened Since One Brave Student Took a Stand Against The Wantagh UFSD | First Liberty

“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high… 269 more words

Psychological Warfare

University of Chicago Will Send Free Speech Letter to All Students

By now, the letter that the University of Chicago sent to all incoming First Years (Freshmen) has gone viral. Outlets from Drudge Report to Barstool Sports… 351 more words

U. of Chicago to Students: We Will Not Support Trigger Warnings, Safe Spaces

CHICAGO (CBS) — The national debate about creating safe spaces and providing trigger warnings for university students landed directly in Chicago after a digital media nonprofit… 589 more words