In the last episode of IQ for the 2016-2017, current first-years discuss the advice they would give to future freshmen.
This is IQ, where we ask first-year students at Vanderbilt intellectual questions. In this episode, first-years give their thoughts on women registering for the draft.
This IQ, where we ask first-year students at Vanderbilt intellectual questions. This week, we talk about whether or not hate speech should be protected as free speech on college campuses.
This is IQ, where we ask first-year students on the Commons Intellectual Questions. This week, we discussed whether or not college professors should be allowed to carry concealed guns on campus.
This is IQ, where we ask first-year Vanderbilt students intellectual questions. This week, I asked freshmen what one thing they would change about Vandy if they could.
In this episode of IQ, we gather first-years’ opinions on the pledge of allegiance: should it be mandatory in schools, or not?
This is IQ, where we ask students on the Commons intellectual questions. In this episode, we contemplate whether or not Congress should have them limits.
In this episode of Intellectual Questions (IQ), we ask first-year students whether or not corporations should be viewed as individuals under the law. This concept is crucial to controversial issues like the Citizens United ruling and the Hobby Lobby – ACA ruling.
In this episode of IQ (Intellectual Questions), we ask first-years on the Vanderbilt Commons whether they think the wealthy should legally have to give up money to assist the poor.
This is the fourth episode of IQ, where we ask Vanderbilt freshmen intellectual questions. This week’s question is, “is American Exceptionalism justified?”