"Ghost Clubs" and a Plea for Passion


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  1. Since The Scroll, in an unprecedented effort to silence student conversation, has blocked the comment function on all articles having to do with David Koch and money in politics in general, those of us in the Deerfield community who think that the community could benefit from dialogue on the advantages and drawbacks of associating ourselves with David Koch and his history of perpetrating and attempting to avoid prosecution for environmental crimes, manipulating science and scientific journalism for political purposes and personal gain, financing the radical American right, bribing federal and supreme court justices to find in favor of his subsidiaries, and a host of other actions that violate Deerfield’s most deeply held morals must resort to instigating debate in unusual places viz. articles that have nothing to do with the issue at hand.

    For more on the censorship of student conversation and the complicity of faculty members (whose job it ought to be to empower students to eloquently and honestly express themselves) in this, please see the below post.

    http://sweptundertheseal.wordpress.com/2012/05/05/alumnus-writes-on-koch/#more-261
    http://sweptundertheseal.wordpress.com/2012/05/05/alumnus-writes-on-koch/#more-261

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