We've all been
there...the first day of “orientation” on a college campus. The
dining hall is that way, the library is over there, go out and buy
“shower shoes”...now. The RAs and other volunteers have all
gathered to help you navigate through the best four (or more) years
of your life. You leave feeling a little nervous, but overall you're
prepared for what lies ahead...or are you?
It may be hard to
believe, but many college professors have an agenda-and you are their
target. These intellectual elite (and not-so elite) men and women are
looking for new converts, and students are ripe for the picking. From
day one, you will be presented with a concept of reality that is far
from, well, reality. Whether it's the staunch Marxism you'll learn in
American History of the radical Feminism in your Gen-Ed Literature
course, you're bound to come across most of the nice-sounding-but
substantially hollow-arguments that are stealing students' minds and
faith on campuses all over the world.
You;re too smart to
fall for these “isms.” If you take just a few minutes a day to
read about these intellectual plaques on our college campuses you'll
know just what to say when it's time to argue for the truth. As they
say, a mind (and 100k in tuition) is a terrible thing to waste.