Rather shocking views on free speech by college students, according to a new survey by Brookings.
“..many students have an overly narrow view of the extent of freedom of expression. For example, a very significant percentage of students hold the view that hate speech is unprotected. In addition, a surprisingly large fraction of students believe it is acceptable to act—including resorting to violence—to shut down expression they consider offensive. And a majority of students appear to want an environment that shields them from being exposed to views they might find offensive.”
Loving this mid-century line of furniture at Target.
A slightly unhinged professor at Illinois refused to give his lecture slides to a kid with a disability and gets taken out of the classroom. Not sad.
Graduate programs have become a cash cow for colleges, says NPR. Yes, says me. We know that. So does NYU.
Should little kids still be playing football?