What Do You Think About College Activism? Take Our Survey Now!

College campuses are known for being hotbeds of social change. In June, undocumented college students in Texas protested a law that allowed racial profiling. More than 100 Notre Dame students left their own graduation to protest Vice President Mike Pence's speech. Hundreds of thousands of women, many of them young, formed the Women's March on Washington, which inspired us to keep the momentum afterwards to protest gender equality. In the past year, students have raised money for Planned Parenthood, organized a protest instead of taking a final, and protested speakers who they felt didn't represent the values of their schools.

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But college students aren't all the same—some voted for Trump and want safe spaces on campus to express their conservative views. One millennial feminist told us why she voted for Trump, while another college student feels sad about voting for Trump because of backlash she's faced. It's safe to say there are a lot of mixed feelings about the status quo and what college students should be trying to change. That's why we want to hear from you about activism on your campus. Have you participated in protests, rallies or walk-outs? How do you feel about the current political movements and causes? Take this survey, and be sure to check back soon to see what your peers say about these important issues.

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