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Thursday, December 14

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(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)
(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

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(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

Milo Yiannopoulos has built a career off of making controversial and inflammatory statements. He treats criticism from liberals as a badge of honor and claims his speech is protected by free speech rights. (Creative Commons photo by Kmeron via Flickr)

Arman Sharif: Respecting all views doesn’t mean legitimizing hate speech

  There is a myth that sensitive “snowflake” students demand safe spaces, the destroyers of dialogue that impede vibrant educational exchange in universities. Critics often zero in on the fragile, progressive “social justice warrior” – the more liberal and politically correct, the better – although some college conservatives have echoed these demands for safety as well. Read more...

Milo Yiannopoulos has built a career off of making controversial and inflammatory statements. He treats criticism from liberals as a badge of honor and claims his speech is protected by free speech rights. (Creative Commons photo by Kmeron via Flickr)

Since Donald Trump's election to the presidency last week, UCLA students have taken to campus, Westwood and downtown Los Angeles in protest. Although they are often dismissed as ungrateful or crybabies, their protests are a vital exercise of freedom of assembly. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)
Since Donald Trump's election to the presidency last week, UCLA students have taken to campus, Westwood and downtown Los Angeles in protest. Although they are often dismissed as ungrateful or crybabies, their protests are a vital exercise of freedom of assembly. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)

(Creative Commons photo by Introvert via Wikimedia)
(Creative Commons photo by Introvert via Wikimedia)