The editorial board of the Harvard Crimson has expressed concern over the “ideological uniformity” of the university. The solution? More conservatives.
The most glaring ideological diversity deficit among undergraduates is the relatively small number of students who identify as conservative. In the election survey, fewer than 13 percent of respondents described themselves as “somewhat” or “very” conservative, compared to over 70 percent describing themselves as “somewhat” or “very” liberal.
So a commitment to diversity includes hearing the voices of conservatives? Who knew?