There’s diversity at Harvard?

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May 24, 2012

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By Sissy Willis of sisu

"There's diversity at Harvard? Where are the conservatives?" asks a skeptical bflat879 in the comments of Harvard graduating economics concentrator Shreya Maheshwari's myopic Harvard Crimson essay "The Social News Network," a touchingly naive take on the narratives that be:   

It’s great to use Facebook to filter through our personal and commercial interests. But when this filter extends to our intellectual life, it can trap us in an online echo chamber by gradually minimizing our interaction with opposing thoughts and cutting off our engagement with the broader world …

Even students at Harvard, with all its emphasis on diversity, aren’t immune to default social and intellectual collusion."

EVEN students at Harvard? Emphasis on diversity? If you want diversity, see Senator Scott Brown challenger, Harvard Law School's "first woman of color," lily-white Elizabeth Warren (0% Cherokee, 100% Bullshit). Who needs Maheshwari's "online echo chamber" when you've got the politically correct mindset of academia itself? Michael Barone explains in "Life in a cocoon dulls political responses" …

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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    It’s OK, Sissy.
    We like them stupid, if that is how they chose to be.
    And it is SOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooo apparent that IS how they chose to be.
    Obama made it worse.

  2. I find it hard to believe the only alternative for survival is to chase down a bear or cat with dogs in order to supply your family with food.