Monday, November 14, 2016

'Tolerant' educators exile Trump voters from campus: Glenn Reynolds

At USA TODAY by Glenn Harlan Reynolds  --

With puppies, Play-doh and coloring books, safe spaces and therapy sessions turn universities into a joke.

Stanford emailed its students and faculty that psychological counseling was available for those experiencing “uncertainty, anger, anxiety and/or fear” following the election. So did the University of Michigan’s Flint campus.

Meanwhile, even the Ivy League wasn’t immune, with Penn (Trump’s alma mater) creating a post-election safe space with puppies and coloring books:
Student Daniel Tancredi reported that the people who attended were “fearful” about the results of the election.
“For the most part, students just hung out and ate snacks and made small talk,” Tancredi told The College Fix. “Of course, that was in addition to coloring and playing with the animals.”

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