George Will On Campus Diversity

Prompted by a series of recent studies, columnist George Will discusses intellectual diversity in academia in today’s Washington Post. His conclusion:

Many campuses are intellectual versions of one-party nations — except such nations usually have the merit, such as it is, of candor about their ideological monopolies. In contrast, American campuses have more insistently proclaimed their commitment to diversity as they have become more intellectually monochrome. They do indeed cultivate diversity — in race, skin color, ethnicity, sexual preference. In everything but thought.

Read the whole thing.