Five Examples of Anti-Trump Rhetoric on College Campuses

, Spencer Irvine, 1 Comment

Suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, college professors, faculty, administrators and students appear to be unable to cope with an impending Donald Trump presidency. Examples of Trump Derangement Syndrome and anti-Trump rhetoric range from extra credit for an anti-Trump rally, feminist coloring books and creating a ‘sanctuary campus’ for illegal immigrant students:

  1. The social work department at Pitt encouraged its department professors to give students extra credit for participating in an anti-Trump rally, which calls to question why state taxpayer dollars are funding partisan political activism.
  2. Barnard College. The all-women college at Columbia University gave out feminist coloring books to their students who were grieving the election of Donald Trump.
  3. The University of Texas at Austin. The student government created a “therapy wall” to help students cope with the election of Donald Trump.
  4. Over 450 faculty members at Penn demanded that Donald Trump issue a statement on an on-campus incident, where a group chat message went viral and caused controversy. Trump is an alum of the university’s Wharton business school.
  5. Columbia University college administrators agreed to student demands to make the private university a “sanctuary campus” for illegal immigrant students, when illegal immigrant students began to worry if they would be deported after Trump’s election.