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Protecting “The Thought That We Hate” -Matt Phillips

Protecting “The Thought That We Hate” -Matt Phillips

July 3, 2017 at 4:11 pm 0 comments

As July 4 approaches, people all over the country prepare to celebrate the victory of our forefathers in establishing independence.  But there is a greater contest unfolding in America these days: a competition over the extent to which free expression should be permitted. In this vital conflict, a major victoryRead More

Social “Justice” at Evergreen College -Jack Timmerman

Social “Justice” at Evergreen College -Jack Timmerman

June 15, 2017 at 7:16 pm 0 comments

The state of “social justice” on college campuses has reached a boiling point. Professors encouraging students to take to the streets and protest the very institution that facilitates their ability to do so has hindered social progress. The result is the creation of the very thing they are claiming toRead More

“Against Democracy” A Review -Alexander Cullen

“Against Democracy” A Review -Alexander Cullen

June 9, 2017 at 4:56 pm 0 comments

Political scientist, American Philosopher, and associate professor at George Town University, Jason Brennan recently released his newest work: Against Democracy. Maybe it’s only coincidence the release of the book coincided with the turmoil of the election of 2016(and the election of President Trump), but the book is a 245 pageRead More

Honors College Releases Survey, Dump Calhoun? – Alexander Cullen

Honors College Releases Survey, Dump Calhoun? – Alexander Cullen

May 1, 2017 at 8:21 pm 0 comments

The Calhoun Honors College hosted a public event this last Monday, April the 24th, with the topic of discussion being, “Considering Calhoun: An Open Conversation.” The event invited members of the community to come for a “candid” discussion regarding the history revolving around Calhoun and likely reconsideration for naming ofRead More

Clemson Scrambles Over Statements Made By Director –Alexander Cullen

Clemson Scrambles Over Statements Made By Director –Alexander Cullen

April 28, 2017 at 12:06 am 0 comments

Clemson Undergraduate Student Government Senate hosted Gantt Multicultural Center Director, Altheia Richardson, as their weekly speaker two Monday nights ago, where the University representative then made controversial statements later that night. During her presentation, where she was asked to provide a perspective of CUSG from outside of the organization, sheRead More

Clemson’s Diversity Training Costs Students and Taxpayers More Than Just a Lot of Money  -Zach Talley

Clemson’s Diversity Training Costs Students and Taxpayers More Than Just a Lot of Money -Zach Talley

April 10, 2017 at 4:20 pm 0 comments

Following up on a promise after last year’s Sikes Sit In, Clemson University has unveiled a new employee diversity and inclusivity training program.  Last Spring Clemson University experienced a nine day Sit In which took place on the steps of the main administrative building on Clemson’s Campus- Sikes Hall.  ThisRead More

Clemson Home and the “Community of Inclusion”- Publius

Clemson Home and the “Community of Inclusion”- Publius

October 4, 2016 at 1:40 am 1,214 comments

Bias is found in all aspects of life, it is one of the few things that transcend political divisions, religion and race, among many others. Unfortunately, many Clemson students have found that bias is now reaching its overgrown claws into Clemson Housing, and the Resident Assistant role. As an RARead More

You Can Never Understand- Alexander Cullen

You Can Never Understand- Alexander Cullen

October 4, 2016 at 1:35 am 4,258 comments

Something I hear often, “Because of you’re not part of demographic x, because you didn’t go through y, because you won’t suffer from the consequences of z, you’ll never understand.” It’s a point made from the fact that knowledge, information, ultimately stems from experience. After all, how could one knowRead More

Not in my name- Abir Mandal

Not in my name- Abir Mandal

October 4, 2016 at 1:27 am 2,200 comments

Any Public Choice professor would be able to tell you that a democracy is a flawed institution in its attempt to represent the will of the people. With a fragile 51% majority as its threshold, it sets the bar really low in doing what it ostensibly claims to do. Nevertheless,Read More

I Stand With Robby- Jack Timmerman

I Stand With Robby- Jack Timmerman

October 4, 2016 at 1:21 am 731 comments

Albert “Robby” Roberts is not an evangelist. He is a man with strong convictions in his Christian faith. So strong, in fact, that he left his alma mater in Waco, Texas to come to Clemson because God told him that’s where he needed to go. Since this bold move, RobbyRead More