Evan almighty

In “Film portrays stifling of speech, but one college’s struggle reflects a nuanced reality,” the New York Times begins with a look at Evan Coyne Maloney’s documentary film “Indoctrinate U.” Maloney’s film portrays the suffocating intolerance of heterodox speech in the name of diversity and sensitivity on college campuses. You know we’re in trouble when the Times’s critique finds the film wanting in “nuance,” but in “New York Times covers Indoctrinate U,” Evan capably responds. Evan writes:

Oddly, one of the examples cited in the article (but not the film) was the case of a student paper published by Vassar


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