Enrollment plunges at Oberlin College


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Good news: Enrollment has plunged this year at Oberlin College due to a series of radical leftwing incidents that mark its campus as a place unfriendly to dissenting points of view.

The article also discusses enrollment drops at other radical colleges, such as the University of Missouri and Evergreen State College. Oberlin’s troubles however are new. They are not a surprise, however, when you read the article and the list of out-of-control leftist race hate that the administration there has supported.

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  • wayne

    Interesting development.

    Wikipedia says Oberlin has an endowment of $700+ million.
    Interestingly, they have about 2,900 students and about 1,000 administrative staff. Tuition (alone) is $48,000 a year.

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