Monday, April 03, 2006

2006 Campus Outrage Awards

More from the "Can't make this stuff up" file.
Yale University enrolls a former Taliban official with a 4th grade education into a non-degree program in the name of diversity, while the University of California attempts to discriminate against students educated at Christian high schools. DePaul University repeatedly makes war on the free speech rights of conservative students and faculty. Stanford University and the College of the Holy Cross attempt to silence the powerful independent voices of their respective established alternative newspapers. On the fourth anniversary of 9/11, Canisius College tries to avoid commemorating the victims, while the University of Iowa opts to hold a "Peacefest", inviting numerous radical groups including socialists and pacifists, instead of honoring the victims of the national tragedy. Diversity run amok, suppression of free speech, and discrimination against Christians, conservatives, and patriots continue to be the norm in American higher education, and the Collegiate Network (CN) has once again chronicled the worst of those abuses in its 9th Annual Campus Outrage Awards.

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