Conservative suppression on campus turns parents away from colleges

An admissions letter from Harvard University was once considered cause for celebration, but in conservative households, that may be changing.

David M. Whalen, provost of Hillsdale College, a school with a conservative reputation, said he has noticed an uptick in the number of parents who send their children to Hillsdale to avoid colleges where conservative thought is met with ridicule, suppression and violence.

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  • Del Evans
  • Hard Little Machine

    Anyone who attends or has attended, works for or has worked for one of these schools is part of the problem. 100% BOYCOTT of them all.

  • Dana Garcia

    The change has been rapid. Perhaps all the news about rioting students made a dent.

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  • marty_p

    I know of Jewish parents in the Toronto area who would normally/automatically send their kids to York University – encouraging their children to attend elsewhere.

    • LauraS

      I have never understood why Jewish parents would send their kids to York University. Why pay thousands of dollars in tuition to an organization that shows utter contempt for your faith? Why put your children at risk? Glad to see some Jewish parents are looking elsewhere.