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May 31 2016
Contact: UCI College Republican Membership Director
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UCI Conservatives Crash “Campus Safe Space”
Members of the College Republicans Distribute Baby Pacifiers To Fellow Studensts
Challenge Liberals to Hear Visiting Speaker and Engage in Open Civil Debate
June 2 at 5:00 UCI LGBT Resource Center/ Cross Cultural Center
UCI – Members of the UCI College Republicans are aggressively combating “Political Correctness” by distributing 100 infant baby pacifiers at a school Administration directed “safe zone training” event that was created in response to the club bringing conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos to campus. “Leftists have killed Traditional Liberalism on American campuses. This new hyper form of Political Correctness has transformed college students into petulant 6 year olds who, when challenged with an opposing point of view, throw temper tantrums or lock themselves in their rooms to suck their thumbs, “ said Mitchell Stern, UCI College Republican Treasurer
“These so called Safe Spaces are an anathema to free expression and are a not so vailed form of ‘totalitarian group think’ where ideological deviation is not tolerated and outside opinions are to be destroyed, not challenged.
While crime rates are spiking countrywide, they are going the opposite direction in Huntington Beach’s historically underserved Oak View neighborhood. The Oak View Renewal Partnership deserves much of the credit.
The following is a press release from an organization unaffiliated with Voice of OC. The views expressed here are not those of Voice of OC. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Contact: Allison Smartt, Production Manager
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New Narratives Series bring hiphop theatre to UCI
IRVINE, CA — Between Donald Trump’s latest offense and nightly news’ allwhite panels discussing race, the conversation about race and identity badly needs nuance and empathy. Mixed-Race Mixtape by Irvine native and hiphop artist Andrew “Fig” Figueroa, is just what the doctor ordered. Mixed-Race Mixtape uses hiphop, theater and dance to encourages people of every background to reflect on what has shaped their identity.