Censoring Caucasian College Clubs

West Chester University, based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, is presently embroiled in a debate over flyers advertising the establishment of a "White Student Union." According to school officials, the flyers were part of an effort to "organize students who are against racism." While that may be true, the dither over a potential student union raises questions and concerns far deeper then the formation of a campus club.For years now it's been commonplace for black, Caribbean, Haitian, Asian-Pacific Islander, and Native American students, as well as an untold assortment of subgroups, to establish clubs on college campī across the nation. The supposed goal of cultural/racial college club affiliation is to provide an enriching atmosphere, address the specific needs and concerns of racial and ethnic groups, and offer opportunities to learn about the varied cultures, mores, and distinctions specific to students attending American colleges and universities. However,...(Read Full Article)