There Just Aren’t Enough POC to Go Around!

by Vincent Cucchiara On Friday, November 10th, the Daily Collegian’s Editorial board wrote and published an Opinion article entitled “Penn State claims to be a diverse and inclusive community, but is it really?” lamenting the implied lack of diversity saying “Penn State Admissions Office released this year’s statistics for admissions requirements, and when it comes to campus diversity, we’re not that impressed with the numbers.” The main focus of this article is to point out the simple mathematical problem standing in the…

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Diversity as State Ideology: The Accelerating Death of Traditional America

by Kevin Fenchak America, a country once founded on national self-determination, has had its sovereignty swept out from under it in recent history. Most of the major developments in this trend have taken place well within living memory, from the gutting of domestic manufacturing in the name of free trade, to recent attempts to hand off internet regulations and copyright enforcement to international bodies and corporations. Far and away the most egregious of these betrayals has been the imposition…

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