Anti-Trump millennial snowflakes who skipped class to go protest the outcome of the presidential election just got some really bad news. Patriots across America, we now have proof common sense is still alive on at least one college campus!
Oberlin College in Ohio is not excusing students who skipped classes and exams to go protest against President-Elect Donald Trump. Failing grades due to missed work during the semester due to protesting, will not be suspended, Cleveland.com reports.
Anti-Trump students at Oberlin College circulated a petition to urge the college to institute a “no-fail mercy period.” The petition reportedly garnered 1,300 signatures.
If the Ohio college had agreed to the demands of their snowflakes, all failing grades would be removed from their record.
The lowest possible grade a student could receive, no matter how poorly they did or how much work they missed, was a “C.”
Oberlin College President Marvin Krislov responded to the students’ petition via email on Sunday. He bluntly informed them that the college’s deans have decided not to give them any mercy period after giving the matter its due consideration.
“We are in firm agreement that suspending grading protocols is not the way to achieve our shared goal of ensuring that students have every opportunity and resource to succeed,” Krislov said. “To reiterate: we are firmly committed to supporting students in their health, well-being, and academic success.”
Here’s an excerpt from the petition students sent to the Oberlin College President:
“Administrators should require professors to exercise complete flexibility in what students are saying they can produce academically. Students in this moment should have complete access to alternative modes of learning while we process what’s happening. Basically, no student, especially black students and students of color, should be failing a class this semester. A “C” should be the lowest grade students can receive this semester.”
Kiki Acey is a junior at Oberlin College. He helped write the petition and is rather upset by the school’s decision to make the students actually earn their grades. He pointed out hundreds of students have been out demonstrating over the course of the year, noting the Tamir Rice shooting as one example of student marches.
“People’s communities are being mercilessly murdered and beaten in the streets every day around the world,” Kiki Acey said. “Others are being locked away by the millions for petty crimes. And many of us are still working every day just to be able to afford this education that fails to tell us how to free ourselves.”
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Source: Angry Patriot Movement