By Peter Wood
The "intersectionality" between Middle East Studies and Black Lives Matter.
By Rachelle Peterson
2016 was the year of the crybullies.
By Sophie Mann
When language becomes all that matters, actions and intentions become irrelevant.
By Michael M. Uhlmann
The purpose of the university is not to make students comfortable, but to teach them the art of disciplined learning.
By John J. Pitney, Jr.
Symbols, like the black shirts traditionally worn by fascist organizations and now being donned by the CMC campus protesters, matter. If the protesters are really serious about healing our community, they should avoid symbols that say the opposite.
By Bradley C.S. Watson
Diversity is what has made CMC a particularly rich target of opportunity for the forces now amassing on campuses nationwide. These forces dedicate themselves to promoting an even greater degree of intellectual conformity than currently exists at institutions of higher learning—not to mention a dour apartheid of “safe spaces.”
By Ken Masugi
The current CMC Administration is hell-bent to turn a preeminent liberal arts college into a reeducation camp.
By Lucas E. Morel
Truth, not diversity, deserves ultimate respect.
By Harry V. Jaffa
Harry V. Jaffa’s classic valedictory lecture on the failure of higher education and the decline of the west, delivered at Claremont McKenna College on April 14, 1989.
Not everyone at Claremont McKenna College is afraid to dissent.
A collection of links to the best writing and commentary on this topic from around the web
The University of Chicago tells its incoming students not to expect safe spaces
Some Students Request Segregated Dorms at Claremont Colleges
The Stanford Review parodies list of demands
Former Claremont Institute Publius Fellow (1980)
“Emory: Faculty Thoughtcrime Tribunals,” by Rod Dreher (The American Conservative)
“Viewpoint Diversity?” by Peter Lawler (Postmodern Conservative)
Hamilton College Students Demand Free-Speech Ban and Want White Faculty Out of Leadership
Congratulations, Student Protestors, You Just Got Used, by Robert Tracinski (The Federalist)
No, Columbia’s Core Curriculum is Not Traumatizing, by Dennis Prager (NRO)
CRB editor and Claremont McKenna Professor Charles Kesler discusses the campus madness with former Secretary of Education William J. Bennett on his radio show.
Ashland University’s student government passes resolution in support of free speech
The Illiberal Demands of the Amherst Uprising,
When the College Madness Came to My Campus,
Radical Parents, Despotic Children,
Scripps Students Demand Required Anti-Oppression Training,
Progressivism Comes Home to Roost,