I’m glad I’m not in college these days.
I’d never make it to the end.
First, I’m a lot more stupid than I was back then…and I’m a lot more lazy.
Back in the stone age I took some courses at Washington State University.
Great party school.
When I went there we were expected to get the assignments done on time, show up for a majority of classes and pass the tests.
Other than that – just behave yourself.
Join me as we visit WSU – home of the Cougars.
See how you like this:
If you’re a student of certain professors at that school, your grades will drop if you use words like “illegal alien,” “male,” and “female,” or if you fail to “defer” to non-white students.
Let’s dissect this in a hopeless effort to understand.
The professor of the “Women & Popular Culture” class has laid down the law that students will get a failing grade if they use any words she considers oppressive or hateful.
Please note: what she considers.
I consider anything with chocolate to be the best thing in the world but don’t care if you agree.
Depending how much you offend the lady, you can be removed, fail the assignment, or fail the semester.
Yes ma’am, that’s preparing them for life.
Follow the herd.
Keep your opinion to yourself.
No picture seems to exist of this lady.
Probably a good thing.
I leave you with her poster.
This professor’s not alone in the loony-tune world of academia..
Students taking Professor Rebecca Fowler’s “Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies” course will see their grades drop if they use the term “illegal alien” in their assigned writing.
This lady says, “students will come to recognize how white privilege functions in everyday social structures and institutions.”
Here’s how she explains it:
“The socio-legal production of migrant illegality works to systematically dehumanize and exploit these brown bodies for their labor.”
I have no idea what she said either.
She must be a blast on a date.
Saving the best for last…
Students in professor John Streamas’s class are expected to “defer” to non-white students if they want to do well in the class.
You would be expected to “reflect” on your grasp of history and social relations by respecting shy and quiet classmates.
In other words leave them alone so they have no chance of making new friends and feed their insecurities.
Also defer to the experiences of people of color.
I’m going to be ill.
Several other WSU professors require their students to “acknowledge that racism, classism, sexism, heterosexism, and other institutionalized forms of oppression exist” or that “ we do not live in a post-racial world.”
I should note people don’t have to take these classes so I expect those that do are already brain washed.
Maybe if everyone stopped blaming people today for something that happened 150 years ago would be an interesting direction?
What do ya think?
What I think is they should invite Donald Trump to come speak to the students.
I’d buy a ticket to watch that.