Tag Archive: campus

  • The Difference Between Microaggressions and Hate Speech

    Is asking someone, “Where are you from?” an example of microaggression? These days, it’s unclear. In general, people generally apply the term microaggression to describe subtle or perceived insults on socially marginalized groups. It’s such a vague term, however, that is often used to label behavior that could mean anything—or nothing at all. Nevertheless, in […]

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  • Tis the Season of Disinvitation

    Jason Riley, esteemed Wall Street Journal columnist and frequent commentator on the issues facing black Americans, was disinvited from his planned commencement speech at Virginia Tech this week. The department head and other faculty members had concerns about his writings on race, which focus on how government policy that is supposed to help black people […]

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  • Get involved on your campus!

    Do you want to be a leader on your campus? Are you excited to make a difference about issues you care about? Do you want to get involved, but aren’t sure where to start? Below are just a few great student groups to check out. Find a local group or chapter today, or start your […]

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  • Freedom of Speech on Campus: Help from FIRE

    Freedom of speech on college campuses is getting a lot of attention lately. With the recent student protests at Mizzou, people are concerned about freedom of speech not only for students, but also for professors and even journalists on campus. While student protests are one way of effecting change on campus, did you know that […]

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  • IHS events are coming to a campus near you.

    Our parent organization, the Institute for Humane Studies, brings the ideas of liberty to students in more ways than just online education like on Learn Liberty. They also provide funding, career advice, and more to help educate students about the principles of a free society. And now, IHS is coming to your neighborhood with On-Campus events! […]

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