Be Thankful for the Vigorous, Uncomfortable, Invaluable Clash of Ideas this Thanksgiving

November 26, 2015

By Greg Piper at The College Fix

Arthur Brooks, the president of the American Enterprise Institute, wrote a great column in The New York Times on Sunday explaining the practical benefits of thankfulness in action.

In that spirit, here are a few people I’m thankful for in the zany college world:

The brave students at Princeton who not only spoke up against the rise of “intimidation and abuse” against people with certain viewpoints, but practically guaranteed they will suffer intimidation and abuse by signing their names to it...

Schools: University of Texas at Austin Princeton University University of Missouri – Columbia Yale University Cases: University of Missouri: Policing of “Hurtful” Speech Yale University: Protesters at Yale Threaten Free Speech, Demand Apologies and Resignations from Faculty Members Over Halloween Email