Harvard students dish on ‘college crybaby’ culture in video
By NBP Staff | May 16, 2016, 13:00 EDT
As words and phrases such as “safe space” and “micro-aggressions” find their way onto college campuses at an increasing rate, a belief has begun to form that our nation’s universities are little more than cribs to coddle America’s youth.
Do the students feel the same way? Are they pining for even safer spaces? Is the reaction overblown?
To find answers, NBP reporter Kara Bettis spent the day on the campus of Harvard University to ask the students themselves. Here’s what they had to say: