“Berkeley Campus on Lockdown after Loose Pages from ‘Wall Street Journal’ Found on Park Bench”


UC Berkeley, with Sather Tower
On the campus of the University of California at Berkeley
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Today’s college students are, in many cases, a fragile and sensitive lot, skittish and easily frightened.  They need “safe spaces.”  And if someone assigns them a book containing ideas that are different from theirs, or a speaker expresses troubling or even unfamiliar thoughts, they frequently need counseling.


The Onion, one of America’s leading investigative journals, reports on a crisis that has seized the Berkeley campus of the University of California:




It’s news that you won’t read anywhere else.  Until — the way things are going — maybe next week.


Posted from Park City, Utah



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