Army Vet Who Joined Ivy League Says Safe Space Culture Divides Students

Army veteran who joined Ivy League denounces its ‘safe-space culture,’ says it divides people – The College Fix

When Justin Deal enrolled at Columbia University after spending six years in the U.S. Army, he didn’t realize that “safe-space culture,” as he calls it, was flourishing on campus. He had two tours of duty in Afghanistan under his belt as a sniper for the 173rd Airborne, where there was no talk of “trigger warnings” or “microaggressions.”