Ideological safe spaces make those on the left and the right more extreme.
Originally, I felt that since the exposure therapy is known to facilitate the recovery from trauma, trigger warnings could
How Teachers Can Help Students Who Fail in Class to Succeed at Life, by Mark Katz: There are people who got bad grades but
A note to remind you to take care of yourself. Do your best to maintain a healthy lifestyle this semester by eating well
The so-called "identity liberalism" that Lilla believes problematic is the much needed, long awaited second phase of justice in America.
If we don't teach our kids creative conflict resolution we doom them to complete isolation. Surrounded only by an ever-narrowing
It seems to me that colleges should foster a culture that allows discussions of topics that make us uncomfortable. We should hear viewpoints from those who don't share our history, our values, our religion, our race, etc.
There's this scene in David Cronenberg's movie The Fly that's pretty hard to watch. Actually, there are a lot of scenes in that movie that are pretty hard to watch. That's kind of the point of the movie, which is also kind of the point of this essay, but first, let's describe the scene in question in order to get to the essay in question.
1. "We do not support" warnings; 2. No disinviting speakers; 3. No safe spaces. Separate and apart from issues of free expression
The U of C has a long history of behaving as if modernity were a personal insult, and this letter to first-years is as much in keeping with that tradition as any boob's expressed desire to make America great (meaning white) again.