Minority students at the University of Michigan felt “marginalized” by an on-campus building’s wooden interior. Seriously?!
Topic: political correctness
Get a grip, Millennials: College students in New Hampshire want stores to stop selling sombreros and ponchos to avoid cultural appropriation in future ‘Cinco de Mayo’ festivities.
A professor suggested that students who claimed they’re traumatized by college should seek medical or professional help, as a way to call their bluff.
No celebration of Mother’s Day or Father’s Day at one Canadian elementary school since some students come from non-traditional families.
A Cinco de Mayo-themed party by a women’s lacrosse team was criticized after a student posted a photo of them on Instagram, joking about President Trump’s border wall.
‘Pee privilege’ is a thing at Northern Arizona University, referring to the concept that someone may fear for their safety while using the restroom facilities.
The University of San Francisco changed the name of one of its buildings, named after a former city mayor, because of his anti-immigrant rhetoric.
A satirical bake sale was shut down at Regis University because the administration said that organizers didn’t follow the rules of organizing a table and that the bake sale was discriminatory in pricing.
Oxford University apologized for their newsletter comment about eye contact being a ‘racial microaggression,’ but not for the reasons you would think.
LGBTQIA+ students at Clemson University demanded a safe space only for them because they felt the university is treating them like every other student group on campus.