Also so much of this is just really inflated and silly.
From here http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/loca ... story.html
And while formal policies on trigger warnings are rare — fewer than 1 percent of respondents said their institution had one — 15 percent said students had requested trigger warnings in their courses, and 12 percent said students complained about the absence of such warnings, according to the report from the coalition of more than 50 national nonprofits supporting First Amendment principles.
Students have...complained?!?! Surely the robust tenure system will protect professors from entertaining stupid complaints from students! Oh, wait, higer ed administrators are trying to gut the academy by replacing tenure-track professors with powerless adjuncts? Surely that's
not the problem! How could it be the problem if it's not caused by 19-year-old girls?! I mean, really, let's focus on the serious issues here:
That same year, after a debate over sexual assault on campus was scheduled, students at Brown University organized a safe space on campus with counselors, bubbles, Play-Doh and pillows. The space was designed to give students who might find the discussion troubling a place to recuperate, The New York Times reported.
ACADEMIC FREEDOM WILL NEVER RECOVER FROM THIS INSULT