Thursday, December 1, 2016

Ohio State Knife Attacker Abdul Artan Was Taking a Class About Microaggressions

Reason reports that Ohio State Knife attacker Abdul Arta was enrolled in a class called "Crossing Identity Boundaries."

According to the magazine, he had a group project on "microaggressions" due later this week. The assignment, worth 15 percent of his grade, required students to find a dozen examples of microaggressions on social media and explain which identity groups were the victims, according to the syllabus.

The purpose of the class is to promote "intercultural leadership" and transform students into "actively engaged, socially just global citizen/leaders."

One of Artan's classmates who was part of his microaggressions group tweeted a screenshot of the assignment and the names of her group's members, which included Artan.


5 comments:

  1. Looks like micro aggression wasn't enough for a job so he upped the ante and had his citizenship irrevocably revoked.

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  2. ─ Ohio State Knife Attacker Abdul Artan Was Taking a Class About Microaggressions ─

    I guess he aced it.

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  3. I predict that (state) Universities will require students to sign NDA's as part of being enrolled in these courses. This tax supported cultural marxist puffery that passes for college coursework is too easy of a target for criticism in an open society.

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  4. Microaggressions...sweet weepin' Jesus on the cross, what a steaming pile of horse manure. I believe those who tout microaggressions also suffer from micro-penis syndrome.

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  5. Clearly he should have been taking a class on "macroaggressions" instead.

    *rimshot*

    I'm going to give his campus counselor a good talking to.

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