Campus Disorientation

Campus disorientation campaigns take place during the first week or two back to school each year on many campuses around the world, alltough the practice is most active in America. Disorientation may involve speak-outs and protests, creative forms of outreach, assemblies, social events, teach-ins, and other lively forms of student activism. Disorientation campaigns offer a counter narrative about a school, typically in contrast the business friendly rhetoric and talking points coming from university administrations. Disorientation campaigns are designed to get the word out to students that there's a diversity of ideas flourishing on campus, including dissident ones, and there are concrete ways for new students to get involved.
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