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(11-26-2015 07:59 PM)godfather dust Wrote:  We need Trump to become president and crack down on these faggots, send the national guard in to buss some heads before it's too late and these people are in positions of power.

What we really need is those with sanity to take control of the media. This infographic is from 2011, the situation has gotten even worse.

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Now students are butt hurt that the food in the dining halls are culturally insensitive. Done by the NY Post and kudos to them for painting this bullshit for what it is...bullshit.

http://nypost.com/2015/12/18/pc-students...d-chicken/

Quote:Gastronomically correct students at Oberlin College — alma mater of Lena Dunham — are filling the school newspaper with complaints and demanding meetings with campus dining officials and even the college president.

This is the biggest issue these hapless victims can come up with, and the thing the college president needs to spend his valuable time on, as opposed to fundraising or hiring faculty that can challenge them academically. Great how the article trolls Lena Dunham even though she had nothing to do with the situation. Banana

Quote:General Tso’s chicken was made with steamed chicken instead of fried — which is not authentically Chinese, and simply “weird,” one student bellyached in the Oberlin Review.

Ironically, these losers are the ones who,with their next breath, probably spit out their disdain for unhealthy fried food.

Quote:Worse, the sushi rice was undercooked in a way that was, according to one student, “disrespectful” of her culture. Tomoyo Joshi, a junior from Japan, was highly offended by this flagrant violation of her rice. “I f people not from that heritage take food, modify it and serve it as ‘authentic,’ it is appropriative,” she said.

So, all of a sudden undercooked rice is disrespectful. As if the only way someone would hate on the Japanese is to purposely not cook the rice long enough. Not to mention, this idiot probably munches on "fusion" sushi rolls at the local fine Japanese restaurant. Yeah, no flagrant violation for using ingredients like bacon or sweet plantains...they are probably just making eclectic and edgy Japanese food.

Quote:Oberlin’s black student union joined in the fray this month by staging a protest outside Afrikan Heritage House, an on-campus dorm.

The cafeteria there wasn’t serving enough vegan and vegetarian options and had failed to make fried chicken a permanent feature on the Sunday night menu, the school newspaper reported.

Yet, if fried chicken was a permanent fixture, the shit would be hitting the fan, and there would probably be riots because the racist dining officials associated fried chicken with Black culture.

Quote:The Nevada-based Universal Society of Hinduism joined the food fight last week after students discovered that the traditional Indian dish, tandoori, contained beef.

“Consuming beef was considered sacrilegious among Hindus,” blasted society president Rajan Zed, the Chronical-Telegram reported.

Since when did Hindus speak for an entire cooking style that is not even unique to India, forget about any religion.

Quote:Campus dietitian Michele Gross told the Review this week the first meeting between college officials and dyspeptic students went well, and changes are being implemented to address all concerns.

Hopefully, lining-up all these poor saps, hooking up an IV, and pumping their hollow souls with IV nutrition, and spare them the horror of eating anything that resembles a culturally insensitive meal.

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Quote:General Tso’s chicken was made with steamed chicken instead of fried — which is not authentically Chinese, and simply “weird,” one student bellyached in the Oberlin Review.

Funny. General Tso's chicken isn't Chinese in the first place. There's a whole documentary about it.

Quote:Worse, the sushi rice was undercooked in a way that was, according to one student, “disrespectful” of her culture. Tomoyo Joshi, a junior from Japan, was highly offended by this flagrant violation of her rice. “If people not from that heritage take food, modify it and serve it as ‘authentic,’ it is appropriative,” she said.

Guess Japan better close down all of its French and Italian restaurants.

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These people are morons to begin with. Every country has this tendency to modify food from a different culture to suit local tastes.

Literally every country i've been to does this unless you specifically eat at a place that serves the immigrant population who are going to that restaurant to eat authentic versions.

Expecting a cafeteria to be some high culinary institute churning out authentic versions of every type of food is the definition of first world problems. These millenial fucktards don't even know what is authentic or not to begin with. I bet the whiny SJW with the japanese surname is 2nd or 3rd generation at best and has probably never even had authentic sushi. I'd bet money this bitch doesn't even know how to dip it properly.

The black student union arguing to have fried chicken permanently added made me laugh too. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. They would also go nuts and cry racism if fried chicken was added.
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If I somehow manage to make college unaffordable for the masses I know i've done well for myself.

It's time we improve k12 anyhow. College should be the purveyor the wealthy. Those showing talent in the sciences should have their tuitions be free via scholarships.

A girl I once knew said to me, "Everyone should go to college and have degrees!"

To which I said," Why should we have to waste almost 22 years of our life in school when we could make high school degrees more useful? That makes college degrees the new high school degree. IE useless. Not to mention most people can't afford their degrees so now we have debt slaves."

She was dumb founded after that.
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I have a hard time believing even they are that dumb. My guess is that it's the equivalent of a 2-year old who's been pampered and learns that he can get what he wants by throwing a tantrum. Similarly these kids have learned that submitted requests through normal channels is the equivalent of dropping them down the memory hole, but that if you make it about "racism" then you'll get what you want quickly....because most of these colleges are run by weak, slimy people.
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I just came across this video. It is a speech given at the University of Ontario in 1989. He talks about the highly, highly controversial topic of the genetic differences between races and how they affect behaviour and achievement. The content isn't what I want to highlight - instead I want to highlight the reaction of the audience.

I'm sure that many in the audience strongly disagree with his ideas. There are probably many who are highly uncomfortable listening to his ideas. But notice how nobody is trying to shout him down. In fact the only time someone tries to interrupt him, the audience politely shushes her. People are quietly considering what he has to say and are probably coming to their own conclusions.

This is what a real university should look like. Only 26 years later, watching this video almost seems a little strange.



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Brief update - this bitch, the cunt who asked, "Can we get some muscle over here?" to get students forcibly removed, got charged with 3rd degree assault. It's not much but it's a start.

Also, Missouri's enrollment, once growing steadily, is down this semester. Maybe people are starting to wake up.

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(11-13-2015 08:00 PM)Tuthmosis Wrote:  Institute a strict military draft--with no exceptions apart from Stephen Hawking-level quadriplegics--and many of these problems go away.

Idle pussies are the devils tools.
On the bright side once these 'Marxist sociology' and 'women's studies' students finally graduate and end up working the graveyard shift at Burger King, they'll get a cold hard taste of reality and the truth that no one cares about their outrage outside of Tumblr
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'Ohio is infested with Zionism': College activists spark alarm over alleged anti-Semitic attacks

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Not your typical campus protest.

One point of interest: "Ron Kampeas, the Washington bureau chief for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency...On one side, Kampeas said, 'the BDS movement is considered a nonviolent way to achieve peace in the Middle East.' On the other, he said, 'that formula, by applying it to Israel, is discriminatory... Virtually every other country is based on a national identity that has to do with ethnic identity. That distinction, opponents say, adds up to anti-Semitism because the only country you’re singling out for having an ethnic basis to its national identity is Israel, when so many other countries do that as well'.”

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Is this not precisely one of the biggest points of contention in the European migrant issue, and also in the rise of globalism and the decline of nationalism in recent times? That forced integration of large numbers of foreigners into countries which have a distinct national/ethnic identity, won't end up well for those national/ethnic identities in the long run. The irony in this is just too much, because I'm sure the voices like Kampeas are precisely the type of people that were fully calling for the EU to accept as many migrants as it possibly could without regard to their host nations' identities.

It seems this whole unbridled campus protest wave of last year finally crossed into a no-fly zone. They can viciously and incessantly attack and shame all types of people whom they deem to be "privileged", but the minute they start attacking Israel the red flags go up. So it's OK to attack all white people for the shared guilt of slavery but the moment they attack the government of a nation regarding its policies they get labeled anti-Semitic and are quickly asked to stop.

Man, I really don't know which side to root for here.
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University of Connecticut Is Now Pushing Segregation

Quote:The University of Connecticut is hoping that black males will graduate at a higher rate if they spend more time with one another, and is building a new residence hall to facilitate just that.

The ScHOLA²RS House—which stands for "Scholistic [sic] House Of Leaders who are African American Researchers and Scholars"—"is a scholastic initiative to groom, nurture, and train the next generation of leaders to address grand challenges in society through the promotion of academic success in undergraduate programs at the University of Connecticut and in competitive graduate programs," the website states.

"It is a space for African American men to come together and validate their experiences that they may have on campus."

A space built and designed for blacks only.

We have come full fucking circle.

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This Melissa Click cunt now finally got fired:

http://www.dailystormer.com/finally-meli...ick-fired/

Quote:The University of Missouri fired an assistant professor on Thursday who had been suspended after run-ins with student journalists during protests last year, including a videotaped confrontation where she called for “some muscle” to remove a videographer from the Columbia campus.
Melissa Click’s actions were “not compatible with university policies and did not meet expectations for a university faculty member,” Pam Henrickson, chairwoman of the University of Missouri System’s Board of Curators, said during a conference call with other top administrators. Henrickson said Click’s conduct demanded “serious action.”
More than 100 state lawmakers had called for the dismissal of the 45-year-old assistant communications professor, who also was recorded on police body camera in October telling police to get their hands off students and cursing at an officer who grabbed her.





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This can't be a real thing, someone tell me if this is an Onion article or not

http://dailycaller.com/2016/03/03/bowdoi...sombreros/

Sheltered College Kids Demand Safe Spaces After Party Featuring Tiny Sombreros And Tequila

Massive politically-correct outrage has broken out at a liberal arts college in Maine because people wore some sombreros at a tequila-themed party.

The party occurred in late February at Bowdoin College, where a year of tuition, fees and room and board costs $61,354.

A group of female students had decided to host a birthday party for a friend, reports Campus Reform.

The students’ party invitation urged guests to bring tequila and carefully explained that the party would not — not — be any sort of fiesta. It was only going to be a party with tequila. (RELATED: It’s Official: At Dartmouth, The Word ‘Fiesta’ Is Racist And White People Can’t Use It)

After the party, photos appeared of white students festooned with brightly colored, miniature sombreros — perhaps the size of cereal bowls — on their heads.

Hispanic students immediately took great offense.

Next, high-ranking officials at the fancypants school launched a probe into a possible “act of ethnic stereotyping.”

On Feb. 22, Bowdoin’s dean of student affairs, Tim Foster, blasted out a school-wide email assuring students that both he and school president Clayton Rose were personally dedicated to investigating the small, tequila-themed party.

Bowdoin’s student council unanimously issued a “statement of solidarity” to “stand by all students who were affected by the” incredibly tiny sombreros at the “‘tequila’ party that occurred on 20 February 2016.”

Tiny sombreros and tequila consumption “will not and should not be tolerated by the Bowdoin community,” the student council statement proclaims.

The “offensive” party was an “act of cultural appropriation” that “creates an environment where students of color, particularly Latino, and especially Mexican, students feel unsafe,” the statement further declares.

The statement also demands that school officials create “a supportive space for students who have been or feel targeted, for as long as students deem necessary.”

A student who actually attended the party wrote anonymously to Barstool Sports to explain that the party was a great time. The complaining students are a bunch of no-fun whiners, the student said.

“We enjoyed our first year here, but recently we’ve found ourselves right in the middle of an authoritarian takeover by PC culture and its crooked army,” the student wrote. “Anyone with half a brain can see that there was no malicious intent or hatred from the author (who, by the way, is half Columbian) [sic].”

(“The author” refers to the student who created the party invitation.)

“We just want our administration and student government to know that there are a lot of people here that really disagree with them,” the student also wrote. “Can you not drink tequila or wear a sombrero anymore if you aren’t Mexican? What do these people think they’re going to accomplish? The way they reacted to this mundane event is nothing short of bananas.”
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And to follow up with the BS at Mizzou that started this

http://dailycaller.com/2016/01/29/new-ma...-costumes/

New Mandatory Diversity Training For Students At Mizzou Focuses On Taco Costumes

In the wake of last semester’s race-related protests — and the poop swastika, and the hallucinated, nonexistent people wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods — officials at the University of Missouri are requiring all new students to undergo diversity training.

The mandatory indoctrination sessions, called “[email protected],” started in the spring 2016 semester, reports Campus Reform.

Faculty members from departments including sociology and women’s and gender studies have conducted the sessions.

One presenter, Rebecca Martinez, displayed images of Katy Perry in a geisha outfit. Martinez, a women’s studies professor, then asked the assembled attendees: “Is this cultural appropriation?”

Martinez also showed audience members photos of people in Mexican-themed Halloween costumes including a taco costume. She then instructed that such garb is culturally offensive.

“That’s not even a Mexican taco!” Martinez said, according to Campus Reform. “It has lettuce in it!”
Martinez, who is currently researching “gender, migration, and citizenship on the reproductive health beliefs and practices of Midwestern Latinas,” also warned that any non-Mexican person who uses makeup associated with the Mexican custom of Día de Muertos is engaging in cultural appropriation. (RELATED: Taxpayer-Funded University Apologizes For Offending Mexicans By SERVING TACOS)

However, Martinez also carefully instructed, students who make model alters resembling Día De Los Muertos altars for one of her class assignments are engaged in “cultural sharing.” That’s totally fine, she explained. (RELATED: The Word ‘Fiesta’ Is Racist And White People Can’t Use It)

Last semester’s days-long protest on Mizzou’s Columbia, Mo. campus centered on Jonathan Butler, a twentysomething graduate student. The son of a millionaire railroad executive went on a six-day hunger strike in November.

Butler’s goal, which he achieved, was to force then-MU system president Tim Wolfe to resign.

Butler’s protest gained strong momentum when he convinced 32 University of Missouri football players to pledge to boycott all team activities until Wolfe quit his job. (Ultimately, the team missed a single practice.) (RELATED: University Of Missouri Football Players BOYCOTT FOOTBALL Over Black Activist’s Hunger Strike)

In a letter to school officials posted (but no longer visible) on his Facebook page, Butler indicated that he began his hunger strike because someone in a pickup truck allegedly shouted a racist insult at a black student government member, because state law prevents Planned Parenthood from performing on-campus abortions and because someone drew a swastika with human feces in a dormitory bathroom. (RELATED: Here Is The Police Report From The Mizzou Poop Swastika Incident)

Groups of protesters marched across the University of Missouri campus for several days — and camped out in tents on a quad — in response to Butler’s hunger strike. The protesters have called themselves Concerned Student 1950. (The name relates to the year the first black student matriculated at Mizzou.)

During the protests, Melissa A. Click, a taxpayer-funded assistant professor of mass media at Mizzou, was caught on camera threatening a photojournalism student with mob violence, shaking his camera and attempting to deprive him of his First Amendment rights.

“Hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here?” Click shouted to the crowd. “I need some muscle over here.” (RELATED: Meet The Sick Mizzou Media Professor Who Threatened A Reporter With MOB VIOLENCE)

Delusional students eventually became so dizzy with racism that they saw imaginary people wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods. (RELATED: The Biggest, Dumbest Race Hoaxes And Fake Hate Crimes On Campus In 2015)

Click now faces a criminal assault charge. Officials at the University of Missouri have suspended her — reportedly with pay, of course. (RELATED: Finally: Mizzou Suspends Melissa Click For Attacking Student)

Applications for the fall 2016 academic year are down considerably at the University of Missouri. (RELATED: SURPRISE! Mizzou Sees Application Drop After Days Of Protests, Illusory Klan Hoods, Poop Swastika)
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Mizzou Faces $32m Deficit, 20 Percent Decline In Enrolment After Last Year’s Protests via breitbart.com

Quote:Following last year’s protests, the University of Missouri has seen a 20% decline in freshman enrollment for its incoming class, and is now operating with a $32 million deficit. As a result, the Interim Chancellor of the University has sent out a letter detailing their recovery strategy in response to the controversy.

Here's some snippets from the letter:

Quote:The anticipated declines, which total about 1,500 fewer students than current enrollment at MU, in addition to a small number of necessary investments are expected to leave us with an approximate $32 million budget gap for next year. A smaller entering freshman class will have continuing impact on finances as they progress toward their degrees at MU.

To make up for the $32 million shortfall they'll be implementing budget cuts, hiring freezes, and doing away with merit increases:

Quote:Impose a cut of 5 percent to all annual recurring general revenue budgets (rate dollars) without exception.
...
We are implementing an across-the-board hiring freeze for all units on campus. We urge all campus administrators to carefully review their staffing levels and to not refill any positions unless they are absolutely necessary to the mission. Decisions to add faculty or staff must be exceptional, but will be left to the discretion of the deans, vice chancellors, vice provosts and the director of athletics.

We will not have an annual merit increase program this year. Effectively that means merit increases are at zero for the entire campus. Promotional increases for faculty will still be provided.

I'm betting that once this nonsense starts affecting colleges' bottom line, and staff & faculty starting seeing their salaries effected, you won't see colleges so willing to entertain the crybullies' BS anymore...
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I'm writing a paper on radical liberalization of universities in North America.
Do you guys know of any hard hitting stories, examples, articles etc that I could cite?
I also have to present to the class so I'm preparing for a triggering. Might even wear a make America great again hay while I do it.

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(03-11-2016 01:48 PM)Renzy Wrote:  Mizzou Faces $32m Deficit, 20 Percent Decline In Enrolment After Last Year’s Protests via breitbart.com

Quote:Following last year’s protests, the University of Missouri has seen a 20% decline in freshman enrollment for its incoming class, and is now operating with a $32 million deficit. As a result, the Interim Chancellor of the University has sent out a letter detailing their recovery strategy in response to the controversy.

Here's some snippets from the letter:

Quote:The anticipated declines, which total about 1,500 fewer students than current enrollment at MU, in addition to a small number of necessary investments are expected to leave us with an approximate $32 million budget gap for next year. A smaller entering freshman class will have continuing impact on finances as they progress toward their degrees at MU.

To make up for the $32 million shortfall they'll be implementing budget cuts, hiring freezes, and doing away with merit increases:

Quote:Impose a cut of 5 percent to all annual recurring general revenue budgets (rate dollars) without exception.
...
We are implementing an across-the-board hiring freeze for all units on campus. We urge all campus administrators to carefully review their staffing levels and to not refill any positions unless they are absolutely necessary to the mission. Decisions to add faculty or staff must be exceptional, but will be left to the discretion of the deans, vice chancellors, vice provosts and the director of athletics.

We will not have an annual merit increase program this year. Effectively that means merit increases are at zero for the entire campus. Promotional increases for faculty will still be provided.

I'm betting that once this nonsense starts affecting colleges' bottom line, and staff & faculty starting seeing their salaries effected, you won't see colleges so willing to entertain the crybullies' BS anymore...

The thing is, most of the professors/instructors supported her, writing letters of supports.

Now they see that this will affect their bottom line. Also with no new hires, they will have larger work loads. I think this will be important.
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An SJW protest shut down by a college! Threatened with arrest and expulsion! The demands they wanted

Quote:For too long, students have been silenced by OSU administration. Demands by Real Food OSU to create a just, transparent and democratic food system; demands by United Students Against Sweatshops to halt the Comprehensive Energy Management Plan which would further privatize our university; and demands by Committee for Justice in Palestine’s to divest from companies that are complicit in Israeli apartheid; have all been denied by OSU Administration.

We do not know what companies OSU invests in and we do not know how our tuition money is allocated. Requests to see this information have been denied. How is it that OSU refuses to tell us where our money is going? How are we to know that the companies we invest in aren’t complicit in violence and exploitation of others? Because we are refused access to this information, we are unable to confirm that our investments are ethical and we are unable to confirm that our budget is fairly distributed. Ohio State’s refusal to be completely transparent with our money is testament to their prioritization of profit over people.

We are occupying to show that we will not remain complacent while Ohio State continually represses its students, faculty, staff, and those affected by Ohio State’s investments. We are here because these voices deserve to be heard and these demands deserve to be met. We are here because we are fighting for justice and nothing less.

We will not leave this space until both of the below demands are met.

Budget & investments
We demand complete, comprehensive and detailed access to the Ohio State budget and investments immediately, as well as personnel to aid students in understanding this information.
Updates to investments and/or the budget must be publicly stated, publicly available, and provide qualified personnel to aid in understanding these changes and make the information fully accessible to all students, faculty, and staff.

We demand the administration of the Ohio State University be responsive to community calls for justice, transparency and democratic process by meeting at least one of the previously established campaign demands below.
OSU Divest: Divest from Caterpillar Inc., Hewlett Packard and G4S due to their involvement in well-documented human rights abuses in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and across the globe.
United Students Against Sweatshops: Immediately cease all negotiations of the Comprehensive Energy Management Project. The university must maintain in-house operation of its energy systems, ensure that all workers in the energy systems will continue to work for the university, and ensure student led sustainability measures are implemented.
Real Food OSU: Sign the Real Food Campus Commitment. Ensure the administration work with Real Food OSU through the entire implementation of the Real Food Campus Commitment, in place of, or as a means of attaining, the university sustainability goal of increased “production and purchase of locally and sustainably sourced food to 40% by 2025.”
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An SJW protest shut down by a college! Threatened with arrest and expulsion! The demands they wanted

I wanted to say that I'd bang the black girl sitting on the side of the bench but then I saw that she's wearing a hair cover.

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I had to laugh when the guy told these SJW college students that if they didn't leave the police would come and put them in a "Paddy Wagon". Perfect opportunity to act indignant and flip the script on the guy over the use of such a "racist" term. Did one of them do it? No, because they lack the wit or imagination. Boring little shits that can only follow the script they are taught.
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(04-11-2016 11:37 AM)deerhunter Wrote:  I had to laugh when the guy told these SJW college students that if they didn't leave the police would come and put them in a "Paddy Wagon". Perfect opportunity to act indignant and flip the script on the guy over the use of such a "racist" term. Did one of them do it? No, because they lack the wit or imagination. Boring little shits that can only follow the script they are taught.

Is putting a black person in a 'Paddy Wagon' cultural appropriation on the black person's part?
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How times change.When I attended OSU back in the 70's, all the protesters came from outside the campus. The really hilarious ones were from the Revolutionary Communist Party, I shit you not. They would take classes just to get "student" status. My fondest memories from those days was a lone communist on The Oval trying to get the kids fired up for revolution. They just walked right past him.

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Clemson University joins the list of universities with SJW crybullies sending lists of grievances and demands to the administration.

Ashamed of my Alma Mater right now. Hopefully they will be dealt with sensibly, but I doubt it.

From "See the Stripes" the SJW response to Clemson's common "Solid Orange" mantra of solidarity.

http://seestripescu.org/

See the Stripes was formed while I was still there in response to alleged racism occuring on campus (including a frat "Crip'mas" party where frat boys and sorostitutes showed up dressed gangsta). They recently resurfaced due to someone hanging bananas off a sign advertising black history at the university.


The fruit in question.

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I personally think it was a false flag. One of the SJWs set it up so they'd have reason to be relevant again so they could send this list.

Quote:GRIEVANCES
[As presented to Clemson University’s Administrators]

Statement of Purpose:
In adhering to Thomas Green Clemson’s vision of “a high seminary of learning” and Clemson University’s portrayal of its history of diversity starting with “integration with Dignity” in 1963, we concerned Clemson students present for your consideration grievances representative of Clemson University’s failure to fulfill and uphold Mr. Clemson’s vision and its own mission, particularly to educate “undergraduate and graduate students to think deeply about and engage in the social, scientific, economic and professional challenges of our time” and its foundation through “the generation, preservation, communication, and application of knowledge,” nor has it upheld its commitment “to the personal growth of the individual and promot[ion of] an environment of good decision making, healthy and ethical lifestyles, and tolerance and respect for others.” We have also included, for your consideration, demands to address our grievances.

Current list of student grievances:

We feel as though President Clements’ public statement re: The Crip’mas Party is woefully inadequate and insincere. Additionally, we feel Clemson students, particularly those members of underrepresented communities were and are targets of insensitive, ignorant, alienating and (sometimes) criminal/predatory comments on social media (i.e., Yik Yak).
We feel that students from underrepresented groups have no place to meet and feel safe among other students who represent those groups (and allies).
We feel student government does not represent the student body as a whole financially. Due to a lack of representation from students of a variety of backgrounds within predominant student leadership organizations, we feel that their requests for funding are overlooked when evaluated by those that allocate monies.
We feel that the percentage of faculty of color should, at least, be comparable to the percentage of students of color.
We feel there are several buildings that are named after individuals who were known for their prejudice against underrepresented groups and makes us feel disrespected, uncomfortable and not welcomed.
We feel many administrators and faculty could benefit from training to be better prepared to teach and engage with students from underrepresented groups.
We feel that Clemson does not embrace its students from underrepresented groups, which makes those students feel as though they are not part of the Clemson Family.
Current List of Student Demands

We want President Clements to immediately make a public statement from Clemson University—to students, alumni, faculty, staff, administration and media—denouncing both the Crip’mas Party and hateful statements from members of the Clemson Family via social media (Yik Yak, Facebook, Twitter). Additionally, we want a public commitment from the Clemson University Administration to prosecute criminally predatory behaviors and defamatory speech committed by members of the Clemson University community (including, but not limited to, those facilitated by usage of social media).
We want the construction of a multi-cultural center, a safe space for students from underrepresented groups.
We want more funding for organizations whose primary constituencies are of under-represented groups (international students, students of color, LBGTQA community, etc.).
We want the percentage of people of color in faculty and administration increased.
We want the names of offensively named buildings, ex. Tillman Hall, changed.
We want incentivized diversity training for administrators and faculty.
We want “Diversity” included as a Clemson University core value, starting with a “diversity”/university history component added to the CU1000 course.


The best part is, a board meeting was held today, in which anyone affiliated with the university can go and air grievances or bring attention to anything else they might think warrants the board's attention. No one showed up to do so. Proof they don't want change, they want drama.

So glad I graduated when I did, hopefully grad school won't be this bad.

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^^^

My 1 year old threw a wobbly in a restaurant today because I wouldn't let him empty a bowl of coleslaw over his head. I still didn't let him.

I see no difference here.
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Nice, looks like the tide is slowly turning the other way...
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/05/12...otections/

Minnesota Faculty Considers Tough New Free Speech Protections

As students across the country retreat into safe spaces and call campus authorities over even mildly offensive speech, often with the support of administrators, one college aims to buck the trend.

The faculty of the University Of Minnesota At Twin Cities is considering a motion that would make free speech the college’s “paramount value.” If passed, it would, according to Inside Higher Ed, represent “the strongest such affirmation seen on any campus.”

One of the primary aims of the motion is to make it easier for controversial speakers to come to campus without being “shouted down.” As we reported in March, Professor Dale Carpenter, a faculty member who is championing the proposal, specifically cited the fraught visit of Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos and American Enterprise Institute scholar Christina Hoff Sommers as a catalyst for the motion.

The faculty’s proposed statement contains four key principles in defence of free speech, including a specific protection for speech that may be considered “hateful.”

1.) A public university must be absolutely committed to protecting free speech, both for constitutional and academic reasons
2.) Free speech includes protection for speech that some find offensive, uncivil, or even hateful.
3.) Free speech cannot be regulated on the ground that some speakers are thought to have more power or more access to the mediums of speech than others
4.) Even when protecting free speech conflicts with other important University values, free speech must be paramount

The faculty has also published a second draft document, proposing a number of actions to promote these four goals. These include the possible creation of a “Free Speech Advocate” on campus, as well as a pledge to “vigorously defend” when “serious disruption” is anticipated.

According to the document, this could take the form of ” chanting, persistent heckling, or other noisy demonstrations that make it difficult or impossible for the audience to hear what the speaker is saying.”

Sounds familiar!

According to Professor Carpenter, students have already started protesting the proposals. One student allegedly called for “discursive affirmative action” to correct “perceived imbalances of power and influence among speakers.” Of course, as Carpenter notes, this specifically contradicts the third principle of the Faculty Senate’s proposals.

The proposals are likely to come before the Senate again when college resumes in the fall semester.
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