Grove City College

Grove City College

The 5 Most Conservative Colleges in the USA

As Election Day 2012 gets closer and closer, the Republican Party still has not settled down and chosen a candidate. It seems that the Conservative Party is having problems making a decision between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney, the two front-runners after recent primaries.

Just in case you have been hiding under a rock for the past few weeks and haven’t heard anything he has said, Santorum is the more-Conservative candidate and has been quoted as calling public universities “indoctrination mills” for liberal ideals.

So, if you agree with Santorum and would like to attend a school that is not “liberal” (let’s face it: most colleges are more liberal than conservative), here is a list of the Top 5 Conservative Schools in the USA. The schools were determined to be Conservative based on religious affiliations, policies concerning sex before marriage, political tendencies, and other similar factors. Read the rest of this entry »



College Denies Student’s Right to Free Speech

Can a college suspend a student for exercising rights guaranteed in the US Constitution?

Can a college suspend a student for exercising rights guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution?

So, I know that high school students have been denied some of their basic rights guaranteed by the 1st Amendment. In recent court cases, it was decided that high school journalists who write for their school newspaper can be censored by a teacher or principal in order to make sure that their views are in agreement with the views of the school and are appropriate. This decision was based on the fact that these journalists are under the age of 18 and therefore do not have the absolute rights guaranteed to American citizens by the U.S. Constitution. But now, it’s a college student who is being prosecuted by his college for exercising his right to free speech.

John Gechter, a 22-year-old student from Philadelphia, was suspended from Grove City College because another student saw an adult film he acted in. Gechter is arguing the suspension; he claims it is unfair because it is not the school’s business what he does with his spare time. He even used a fake name in the film so as not to embarrass anyone who knows him.  Read the rest of this entry »





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