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April 18, 1991, Pg. 21.pdf
This brief op/ed corrects an incorrect statement in David Upham's article from the April 11, 1991 issue of The Campus. In that article, Upham claims that whether or not homosexuality is a mental disorder is a question of current debate in the field…

April 11, 1991 Pg. 23.pdf
This op/ed is written in defense of Daniel O'Neil's article in the March 14 edition of the Campus. This article specifically addresses the legitimacy of the college's new sexual harassment policy which prohibited "negative comments concerning sexual…

March 21, 1991, Pg. 21 (Tense PC, DKE Response pt. 2).pdf
This op/ed is a response to the theme of PC in the March 14 1991 edition of The Campus, and more specifically the articles written by Daniel O'Neil, Chad Bryant and Leland Hart. Lang makes it clear that everyone is feeling the "heat" of PC on campus,…

March 21, 1991, Pg. 20 (Revise O'neil PC).pdf
This op/ed is a direct response to Daniel O'Neil's article a week prior on March 14. The article accuses O'Neil of claiming a "genuine intellectual interest in preserving diversity" while what he is really advocating for is the right to open bigotry.…

March 21, 1991, Pg. 19 (PC not exist, DKE response pt.1).pdf
This op/ed is a direct response to Daniel O'Neil's article a week prior on March 14. This article says that though political correctness can be problematic, there is no point to O'Neil's op/ed, as PC does not exist at Middlebury. Ryan and Stillinger…

March 14 1991 pg.7 - Bryant PC.pdf
This op/ed was published alongside Daniel O'Neil's on March 14, 1991. This article details the points of a lecture on March 7 by Catherine Stimson titled: “On Being Labeled Politically Correct.” Not finding the lecture extremely useful, Bryant heads…

March 14 1991 pg. 19- DKE and O'Neil 1.pdf
This is the first op/ed in response to Middlebury's new sexual harassment policy in 1991, which included harassment based on sexuality. This article discusses the merits of intellectual freedom, censorship, and political correctness at Middlebury.…

May 9, 1991, Pg. 23 (T-shirt, Greek:SH) 3.pdf
This opinion piece discusses a sexist "art" exhibit on the north wall of The Mill (recently known as ZetaPsi). The art exhibit consists of a barbed fish hook, hung in place of the recently removed greek symbol, that stretches down two stories. At the…

May 9, 1991, Pg. 23 (T-shirt, Greek:SH).pdf
This opinion piece discusses the “coed naked lacrosse” team's T-shirt, which bears the slogan: "It Takes a Quick Stick To Beat a Tight Crease." The article explains how this phrase perpetuates and supports rape culture, and describes a few times that…

The Campus - %22Men in white ribbons unite to stem violence against women%22.pdf
This Campus news article details the origin of the White Ribbon Campaign (WRC), which was started in Canada in 1991. It also discusses the early stages of the Middlebury WRC which was overseen by John Beattie, a staff member who worked with the…
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