Students on campus and worldwide seek liberty in North Korea

  So many people, when they think about North Korea, think about nuclear missiles or political threats or the Great Leader. They don’t really think about the North Korean people and their own stories and the hardships they have trance face,” said Haejin Song, president of the Berkeley chapter of Liberty
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Hijacked: Un-education in the modern American university

A liberal education must be an education in virtue, an immersion in the ideas that allow individuals to reason beyond their mere interests as dictated by circumstance, in the mystery of their place and purpose in the world. Such an education is not “safe”: It requires the uncomfortable examination of values in an environment of withdrawn silence, far from the cacophony of pop culture, daily news and social media that so easily drowns out rational thought.
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