UConn Offers Students "Counseling Sessions" Because Ben Shapiro Visited Campus

UConn Offers Students “Counseling Sessions” Because Ben Shapiro Visited Campus


This is a new low, even for the Snowflake colleges and universities.

Ben Shapiro just gave a speech at the University of Connecticut and it looks like the Administration is melting over it.  

But does that really surprise anyone?  University administrators are some of the flakiest, most detached from reality people I’ve ever met.  They live in their little cocoon and think they’re smarter than the rest of us, when in reality they just couldn’t hack it in the world of business. 

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So when an Alpha Male like Shapiro comes to campus to give a speech, they melt.  

Check out this adorable little email they sent to the student body.  Yes, this is a real email:

We understand that even the thought of an individual coming to campus with the views that Mr. Shapiro expresses can be concerning and even hurtful and that’s why we wanted to make you aware as soon as we were informed.

In the meantime, please utilize the many campus resources available to you should you want to talk through your feelings about this issue, including my office, the Cultural Centers, the Dean of Students Office, and CMHS, if necessary.

I don’t even fault the students, I fault the administration.  I bet the students laughed at this joke.  

Here’s more on this hilarious story, from Fox News:

The University of Connecticut restricted public access to a speech by conservative Ben Shapiro and offered counseling to students who might have been offended by his appearance on campus. 

Shapiro discussed the experience on “Ingraham Angle” and on Thursday we heard from UConn students, who spoke to Fox News’ Todd Piro.

Piro talked to students who attended the Wednesday event, one of whom was eager to debate Shapiro on his “ignorance,” and dropped in on the counter-event where he asked about why the university felt the need to offer counseling over the planned address.

In an email to students, the university stated:

We understand that even the thought of an individual coming to campus with the views that Mr. Shapiro expresses can be concerning and even hurtful and that’s why we wanted to make you aware as soon as we were informed.

In the meantime, please utilize the many campus resources available to you should you want to talk through your feelings about this issue, including my office, the Cultural Centers, the Dean of Students Office, and CMHS, if necessary.

Shapiro told students “something needs to be done” about a system where “a few crazed leftists” overreact to an event and therefore local residents – whose taxes fund the university – cannot even attend. 

 


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