September 18, 2003  
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The last bastion of free speech?

Political correctness is one of those terms that is constantly thrown around - but does anyone actually know what it means?

he term most often refers to the act of consciously avoiding the use of words or actions that could possibly offend someone. This is not a straightforward "black and white" definition, however, it's important the existence of this phenomenom be noted, discussed and questioned - especially in a university setting.


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Universities decaying thanks to the PC elite

From the Far Lane

When The Gazette decided to take a look at political correctness, we knew it was a significant issue in the academic world (not to mention Western's social atmosphere and some of the scary tenets of the Residence Life Management Team, but that's another feature on it's own).

 

 

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