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Student activism has met a new low. On Monday night, a Change.org petition began circulating around Rutgers groups calling for journalist Lisa Daftari’s talk on Oct. 16 to be cancelled due to her Islamophobia. By Tuesday afternoon, this dishonest petition had more than 1,000 signatures. Daftari, an accomplished foreign policy analyst who has spent her career covering ISIS and counter-terrorism, is far from an Islamophobe — her work is incredibly important to the lives of the countless Muslims who fall prey to ISIS. Student activists’ attempts to take her quotes out of context are shameful, dishonest and contrary to the purpose of a university, which is to educate and expose students to new ideas.
The conservative woman is an enigma that radical feminists like to pretend does not exist — but when they do, many radical feminists make the same gender-based attacks against these women that they accuse the patriarchy of doing.
Earlier this week, political commentator and notorious Facebook celebrity Tomi Lahren was suspended by The Blaze after she had appeared on The View and said she was pro-choice.
Last Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony was full of political moments — whether it was when Lin-Manuel Miranda wore a ribbon for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), or when Emma Stone wore a pin for Planned Parenthood, or when the winner of the Best Foreign Language Film skipped the ceremony to make a statement against President Donald J.
Politics has a way of bringing out the hypocrisy in people. The same Democrats who shook their heads at the thought of Donald J. Trump running for president — a man with no public service record but a lot of money — are fawning over Phil Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs executive who has never held an elected office but is seeking the highest public position in New Jersey under the Democratic ticket.
One might not expect that administrative officials at a public university would make their political views known and openly endorse specific legislation, but apparently, this is normal at Rutgers.
I’m not a feminist. It’s not something that I like to throw at people, because I’m wholly accepting of most feminists and admire their concern for social issues, but when someone speaks to me with the assumption that my gender requires me to be a feminist, I feel inclined to burst that bubble and deviate a bit.
About a week ago, a conservative organization named Turning Point USA released a “professor watchlist.”
For many students on campus, Hillary Clinton’s shocking defeat to Donald Trump on Tuesday was the first time they had to deal with their political party losing a presidential election.
I’ve made it a personal goal to make as many communists as angry as possible.
Leftist criticisms of Christopher Columbus reflect historical misunderstanding.
If one thing were true in this world, it’s that Rutgers loves Paul Robeson.
What does this Rutgers University sophomore have in common with Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson?
Chancellor Richard L. Edwards’s Feb. 12 email didn’t seem to make anyone happy. His accusation of “incivility” at the Milo Yiannopoulos event on Feb. 9 was very vague, and protesters felt, once again, victimized.
During the application process, incoming freshman decide what their future alma mater will be based on personal criteria.