The College of LSA has many introductory courses meant to help students navigate their way through school. Many of these are ALA courses, usually targeted towards first-year and transfer students. These classes tend to aim at helping students in making the most of their LSA education. Therefore, they should be introductory and unbiased, not including […]
Tag: Social Justice
Confessions: Why I Became a Libertarian
Over the years, I noticed that the political right had been deserted by Muslims and thus had to resort to its own, often times – but not always – misinformed, voices about who Muslims and Islam are. More importantly, I noticed an incursion upon the principles and values of the Muslim community in America.
In Response to the Daily: When Divisiveness Masquerades as Social Justice
This past Sunday, Rennie Pasquinelli authored an article, featured in the Michigan Daily, in which she accused “the system” of preferentially privileging Caucasians over other ethnic groups. She listed 20 observations that she asserted supported the conclusion that our university and our country engage in systematic discrimination against minorities. The observations are probative only of […]