College presidents should be civil and measured in speaking about national politics
Almost all colleges reflect the breadth of political opinion of the country as a whole, although not in the same proportion. While most are more liberal than their surrounding communities, they are far from politically homogeneous. For that reason, we as presidents have to be careful in how we present our personal political views.
Originally published: March 3, 2017
Author: Donald J. Farish
Institution: Roger Williams University
Published by: Inside Higher Ed