Should universities instruct professors to use trigger warnings in the classroom? Studies show they may do more harm than good.
A new study from Harvard University explores the value of trigger warnings in helping trauma survivors. The results proved not only their lack of efficacy, but also potential harm.
The show ‘Invisibilia’ makes the case that we are more responsible for our emotions and responses than we typically care to believe.
It is not by chance that the most fervent defenders of PC in the United States are called ‘social justice warriors,’ for behind their claims lies a permanent war.
When we limit students’ ability to discuss controversial ideas, we allow harmful prejudices and thoughts to fester. Classrooms should offer more.
Marxist theory could be making a comeback. That means less trigger warnings and safe spaces, but more entrenched racial conflict.
The progressive Americans who cry ‘censorship’ when parents protest high school reading assignments tend to be the same population that supports trigger warnings in college classrooms.
My generation supports speech policing. In a liberal household, I was taught the opposite.
Triumph the Insult Comedy Dog visited some college campuses recently and microaggressed as many as precious snowflake students as he could. Hilarity ensued.
Raging student protests may not quietly assimilate to American modes of thought, because revolution isn’t rational. What, then?
Trigger warnings define people with mental illness and post-traumatic stress disorder as victims, imprisoning them in the past.
Feminism and trigger warnings have taught millennials to react instead of shrug it off when people disagree.
College students have redefined violence and administrators are paying for it.
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