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Whiny Yale Student Has A Meltdown, Unable To Cope With The Concept Of Free Speech

Whiny Yale Student Have A Meltdown, Unable To Cope With The Concept Of Free Speech

A new video shows a student at Yale University screaming at one of the school’s professors for allegedly failing to make the campus a “safe space” for students.

Yale University has been hit by controversy in the past week after professor Erika Christakis, associate headmaster of the school’s Silliman College, sent an email to the college’s members suggesting that they shouldn’t be overly sensitive about Halloween costumes that engage in “cultural appropriation.” Instead, Christakis encouraged students to tolerate them and avoid trying to censor expression.

 

“Is there no room anymore for a child or young person to be a little bit obnoxious … a little bit inappropriate or provocative or, yes, offensive?” Christakis wrote. “American universities were once a safe space not only for maturation but also for a certain regressive, or even transgressive, experience; increasingly, it seems, they have become places of censure and prohibition.”

In response, Christakis and her husband Nicholas (Silliman’s headmaster) have been besieged by calls for their resignation by students who say they have made Yale a dangerous place for black students. The controversy has become even more intense because of simultaneous allegations that the school’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapter held a “white girls only” Halloween party.

These tensions led up to a confrontation on Thursday, as students surrounded Nicholas Christakis in an open area on campus and criticized him. The confrontation is chronicled in a series of four videos, with the third containing the most fireworks. More

 

 

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