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Roth on Wesleyan
Cancel the PC Label — And the Conformist Outrage that Goes With It

As the school year gets underway and we get further into the presidential election season, whenever a commentator complains about college campuses or a politician needs a boogeyman to attack, we can be pretty sure that the words “politically correct” will get tossed around.

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Data in the Liberal Arts
Our spring issue of the magazine examines the critical underpinning of quantitative studies at Wes: Numbers are rarely an end unto themselves. Instead, they should act as springboards, can be prone to bias, and are best considered an answer rather than the answer.

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Issue 1
2019

Wes in the News

  • The Jim Bohannon Show
    Michael Roth
    President Roth engages in a wide-ranging conversation with Jim Bohannon about his new book, "Safe Enough Spaces: A Pragmatist's Approach to Inclusion, Free Speech, and Political Correctness on College Campuses," on this nationally syndicated radio show.
  • The Hollywood Reporter
    The Top 25 American Film Schools, Ranked
    Wesleyan is featured in this ranking of top film programs, in an article highlighting some of the University's beloved film professors and the updates to the Center for Film Studies.
  • WBUR's "On Point"
    What the Future Holds for Labor Unions
    Steven Greenhouse '73, P '08, a longtime labor reporter, is interviewed about the future of labor unions in connection with his new book, "Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and Future of American Labor."
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