The Weekly Roundup: Better late than never
- The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn't
Saturday 9 July
That’s not surprising. It’s rather demeaning to be infantilized.
Monday 11 July
If the BRT is allowed to continue after this review is complete…
Aww, who are we kidding? It won’t be allowed to continue.
We at Campus Reform applaud this stunning and brave analogy. In fact, we admire Professor Bezio’s ability to read between the lines so much, we have a proposal for another social justice Shakespeare interpretation.
Considering the pernicious interference and rivalries of cousins Benvolio and Tybalt in the love life of Romeo and Juliet, we recognize that this famous Shakespeare play argues the superiority of the nuclear family. It is only within the cryptic confines of the forest that the protagonists of A Midsummer Night’s Dream are seduced and bewitched; therefore, the play makes a strong case for deforestation. And don’t forget the avarice and authoritarian paranoia with which Shakespeare labels what are now our good socialist friends in Denmark.
...Do you want to go down this route, Bezio? Because we can totally go down this route, and you will not like where it leads.
TOM is the secret weapon of censorious SJWs. TOM is very effective at eliciting apologies, retractions, you name it. TOM is a natural expert at making grown men and women of prestigious institutions quake in their boots with a few clicks and keystrokes, for TOM is Twitter Outrage Machine.
Their letter did more harm to the school’s reputation than anything Trump could have said.
Good. The first step is admitting you have a problem.
It’s almost as though actions have consequences.
Tuesday 12 July
Surely she’ll be able to regain their trust by making assorted references to “the Pokémans.”
Isn’t it victim-blaming to say the window was asking for it?
You should have seen it: there was tweed flying everywhere.
Maybe they should start by getting the professors’ to learn the students’ names first.
With the release of this second, sensible study by Harvard, can we all just sit back and admire the rays of Enlightenment which the nation’s most prestigious university has cast upon us this week?
Monday, we learned that violating students’ Constitutional rights results in students not wanting to attend your university. Tuesday, we learned that the boys in blue aren’t agents of institutionalized white supremacy. Maybe tomorrow, we’ll learn that progressives are bloviating buffoons.
Wednesday 13 July
Imagine that. The conservatives are the ones who are actually interested in doing their jobs, while the liberals would rather spend their time exposing and ostracizing the conservatives among them.
It’s almost as if the liberals became professors just because they couldn’t bear the thought of leaving college after graduation.
The merging of imparters of fact and authoritarian busybodies into a paradoxical conglomerate sure is a fascinating sight.
The real question is whether the new law requiring faculty to treat 18 to 22-year-olds like kids whom people are legally obliged to protect also actually raises the age at which adulthood of said kids is obtained.
One mystifying element of the social justice cancer is its bizarre ability to thoroughly indoctrinate its hosts while keeping them alive...apart from intellectually, of course.
With luck, soon there will be many more #SocJus advocates like this 14-year-old slam poet, who recently performed inspiring self-flagellation to the tune of “White Boy Privilege.”
No, they haven’t boiled her alive.
Gee, who ever heard of a union getting special treatment in Michigan?
What, they’re not going to hire a personal psychological counselor for each student? Fascists.
A hashtag as simplistic as #BlackLivesMatter is bound to be abused, and has been before, with much better taste. But turning it around on cops the day before the Dallas police shootings? Yeah. We’re fairly certain this is what you call “bad timing.”
Thursday 14 July
Of course it is. Because schools are supposed to teach students what to think, not how to think, right? Or is it the other way around….?
They’re doing them a favor, of sorts, though. Could you imagine how embarrassed they would be if they showed up on the first day and didn’t know about cultural appropriation?
The introduction to the 41-step privilege exercise states “this exercise has been designed to bring a group to certain conclusions regarding the concept of privilege and disadvantage (emphasis added).” Campus Reform appreciates the accuracy of this description, but would have suggested, for even greater precision, revising it to state: “this exercise has been designed with confirmation bias because the designer is a shameless charlatan.”
Blue Devils fans must be devastated that they won’t be able to see the formidable squads that surely would have been fielded by Albany and Marist.
Friday 15 July
What were the Student Democrats thinking when they decided not just to defend a blatantly racist tweet, but to actually demand an apology of the people who brought it to light?
If the tweet was so defensible, then what was wrong with calling attention to it?
Campus Reform was advised to write a five-paragraph argument for the essay component of the SAT...in 25 minutes. Campus Reform is not a math major, but believes that 25 minutes is much less time than the 90 minutes this student was allotted.
Well, at least progressives aren’t hypocrites. It would be egregiously hypocritical, for instance, if the people who said that this administrator should inclusively express condolences for both police officers and slain blacks were the same ones who harangued the inclusive #AllLivesMatter.
They’re converting it to a lactation room, and those horrible sexists will probably still insist that men not go in there.
Stay tuned for our coverage of the protests demanding her resignation.
Because clearly the problem with police interactions is that the cops just aren’t nice enough.
It’s small wonder that more people are starting to consider Undecided, insofar as he may well be the most qualified candidate.