Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
For some, college has become a place to learn radical activism and and apparently Fascism.
Dean Mary Spellman at Claremont McKenna stepped down after she sparked a campus protest and hunger strikes by two students this week over her email to a Latina student saying she would work to serve those who “don’t fit our CMC mold.”
She resigned because they demanded it.
They are acting like Fascist bullies. Is this what they’re learning?
New leadership positions on diversity and inclusion are going to be created in the offices of academic and student affairs as the administration caves to small numbers of radicals.
The student newspaper took a stand against the protesters and against the resignation of the Dean but not for the reason you might think.
“First, former Dean Mary Spellman. We are sorry that your career had to end this way, as the email in contention was a clear case of good intentions being overlooked because of poor phrasing,” the editorial board wrote. “However, we are disappointed in you as well. We are disappointed that you allowed a group of angry students to bully you into resignation. We are disappointed that you taught Claremont students that reacting with emotion and anger will force the administration to act.”
In case you missed it, students marched in a number of cities in The Million Student March […]
This is madness. None of this is about race, oppression or marginalized identities, which are merely code words for overt fascism.
As the resignations of staffers heading these Progressive cesspools passing as educational institutions continue, one cannot help but ask what role many of the departing staffers played in the birth of the disgusting spectacle unfolding on campuses across America.
Their chickens are definitely coming home to roost but unfortunately to the detriment of us all.