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Schools Conservatives Should Watch Out For: Campus Reform List

First Posted: 12/27/10 09:45 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:20 PM ET

According to Campus Reform, an organization dedicated to providing resources for young conservative students, many of the nation's best universities tend to lean left in their policies and programs. In order to provide young conservatives (or otherwise) with information they might like to know about different colleges, Campus Reform has profiled America's top 100 schools, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.

Below are 14 examples of prestigious institutions that might make right-leaning students tick, along with some of Campus Reform's reasons for their inclusion on the list -- from a "Che Cafe" to predominantly Democratic faculties. Click over to Campus Reform for the full report.

Do these schools raise your eyebrows, or are Campus Reform's reasons benign? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.


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According to Young America's Foundation former president, it was not unusual for professors to "openly criticize conservatives in the classroom while denying that the academy leans strongly to the left."
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