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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Student Govt. at USC: Conservatives Need Not Apply

Hat tip The College Fix





“This is a student run process,” he added. “The administrator’s role is solely as an independent resource to guide all parties involved ­– complainant, accused, Executive Branch, and Judicial Council ­– to ensure that the documented process is followed and that they are all aware of the rights and freedoms involved.”

Days ago, we reported on efforts to remove Jacob Ellenhorn, a conservative, from student government at the University of Southern California. Now a university official says the school will not intervene.


http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/26606/

First of all, one would assume that any student aspiring to be on student government is hardly apolitical, right?

Here is my question: If student government is going to be closed for conservatives (or liberals, for that matter), what is the point of having a student government?

1 comment:

Squid said...

I am an alumnus of USC. In addition, I am a conservative. At this point, no donations to USC.

Squid