UT continues to put social justice and revisionist history before truth and tradition.
The UT student's Anti-Kavanaugh protest was largely a flop, thanks to the rain and poor execution on the part of the protesters. Despite this, there are several interesting takeaways to focus on for the future. Most importantly is that there is an intersectional alliance taking place on college campuses, which are radicalizing students from as … Continue reading What to Takeaway From the UT Kavanaugh Protest
Follow along with this article and on twitter @Bermansplaining to keep up to date on the story UT students have staged an anti-Kavanaugh protest on campus, calling it the #StandWithSurvivors protest. This comes less than a week after the infamous sign tearing event that also occurred on the Austin campus. Speedway, a major road that … Continue reading UT Students Stage Anti-Kavanaugh Protest on Campus (Live Updates)
On Tuesday, UT's Young Conservatives of Texas held a public demonstration, holding signs pictured above that defended SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Despite the important detail that Kavanaugh in fact hasn't been linked to any of the negative sexual behavior that he's being accused of, many UT students obviously didn't feel that way. The YCT members … Continue reading UT Young Conservatives Harassed By Student Body For Defending Judge Kavanaugh
If you go to a university, then you’ve probably been basking in the fact that college football season is back. The stadiums are filled, tailgating commences, and plenty of people around the nation are having their hearts either filled with joy or broken with despair. As I neurotically watched my school’s team play this weekend, … Continue reading Top 5 Things I Love About College Football
In a really interesting turn of events, Steven Littlefield, a descendant of Major George Littlefield (a prominent figure in southern history), is suing Greg Fenves, the president of the University of Texas at Austin for removing four statues from the campus. Steven’s case is that the statues removed, as well as a portion of land … Continue reading UT Austin Sued by Confederate Descendant For Removing Statues
Greg Fenves, the president of UT Austin, removed four statues from his campus in the dead of night, with a pedantic email justifying his action being sent to all students and faculty. What disgusts me about this action isn't that the statues were removed, (the fact that people are somehow offended by statues doesn't surprise … Continue reading UT Austin Capitulates to Fear, Removes Confederate Statues in the Middle of the Night