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The aftermath of Donald Trump’s election has been tough on our nation’s college campus special snowflakes. Forced to endure school the day after such a decisive Clinton defeat, they were quick to ask for a number of concessions from their professors and administrations.
Yale students were so distraught they asked their professor to cancel midterm exams (at least one professor happily made his exam optional).
originally posted by: roaland
a reply to: xuenchen
so, college students, stressed out about midterm exams, were looking for a reason not to go to classes and put off those stressful midterms a few more days?
Color me shocked
originally posted by: MysticPearl
I'm reminded of what my grandparents were doing at 18, overseas, marine corp, Africa, Europe and Asia, putting their lives on the line far from home, seeing their friends killed right beside them, then I consider 2016 where kids the same age are so emotionally shaken by a President who want to protect our borders and confront radical Islam that they can't attend class or take an exam, that I feel like I'm in some cartoon.
This is a major reason Trump getting elected is so important. We need to restore some f***ing backbone and common sense to the younger generations.