Zach Terrillion, Oberlin College
The YouTube phenomenon starts out with innocuous jokes and memes but can quickly turn into fascist ideologies and bigoted tendencies.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
The sequel to the 2006 film has many outrageous scenes, but they’re lined with satire and criticism of today’s America.
Luke Gair, Sewanee: The University of the South
The documentary follows an artist as he works to reclaim his character, Pepe the Frog, who has been purloined by 4chan, the Republican Party and everything in between.
Carli Moses, Union University
Loosely inspired by true events, this German drama paints a complex portrait of teenage radicals that resists interpretation.
Jonathan Christian, Northwest Vista College
Nobody dies, but trust me, they are just as bad as they sound.
Katie Sheets, University of Vermont
The Unite the Right 2 crowd drew only a tenth of its estimated number of attendees.
Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
One protestor left a note reading, ‘The guy moderating the talk is on my course and he’ll have a difficult time once the strike is over.’
Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
PC culture might be able to save us from the alt-right and their Nazi leaders, and it’s time for college campuses to put their foot down.
Why we should all be terrified of the rise of the European far right.
Otis Roffman, Beloit College
The far right’s favorite insult is a reflection of what scares them most.
Devin Ross, Middle Tennessee State University
Created largely in response to counter alt-right violence, the ARA and other groups only escalate the fraught political atmosphere.
Terry Nguyen, University of Southern California
With the induction of Donald Trump into office steadily approaching, a movement for white, working class males is on the rise.
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