The Vermont Cynic

A look into the data: UVM diversity

Jacob Holzman

September 22, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

From 1995 to 2014, the overall undergraduate population at UVM has grown about 2,400 undergraduates.The UVM Sourcebook does not distinguish student populations by race. Instead, it defines students as “multicultural,” which includes students who identify as Native American, African American, Latino American, Asian American...

The triggered campus tyrants

Joey Brown

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Opinion Editorials

Last Thursday, American Enterprise Institute scholar and author of “Who Stole Feminism?” Christina Hoff Summers spoke at Georgetown University, at the invitation of a campus conservative group. She was greeted by GU students who held up signs warning that Ms. Sommers’ speech may “contain discussions of sexual assaul...

Rethink diversity courses

Joey Oteng

March 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Opinion Editorials

Diversity is defined simply as difference, variety or a range of things. There are few things that unite the various academic departments at UVM. All students must take two “diversity” courses. The courses are partitioned into “race and racism in the U.S.” and another covering “human and societal diversity,” both...

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