Social media is fueling a new era of student activism on college campuses
Professors say the Internet has made organizing events easier. Hot Topics Teesha McClam Sinclair Community College's Andrew Staroska and University of Dayton's Shane Rogers are on opposing sides on political issues.
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#1 Apr 10, 2011
It's okay as long as they don't take dumbass classes and we end up having to support their asses, including if they get charity, tax-exempt and government taxpayer-robber jobs...to attack us with PACs and pimp for Mexicans, Muslims and blacks.
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