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So Worcester State University sent out this email to all students today who are still struggling with an election that occurred six days ago:
Julie A. Kazarian
Dean of Students/Chief Student Affairs Officer
Worcester State University 486 Chandler Street Worcester, MA 01602
P: 508 929-8650
F: 508 929-8011
Someone pointed this out to me earlier – saying that you’re “scared” of or “fear” something, is the new way that you’re offended. Because we stopped paying attention to people who were constantly offended. But scared? And fear? Those are serious words. And they say it enough then people will start giving into them.
Newsflash – no one at Worcester State fears the results of a fair and democratic election. Not one person. And even if they did, this would be a completely irrational fear. Not one that should be catered to with juice and cookies with Lauire Murphy and Sarah Volois in the counseling center. Because WSU students are adults, and they’re living in a democracy. And sometimes in a democracy your candidate loses. Although Counselor Sarah’s background as a cheerleading coach, and social work major at BC and Clark should come in handy for 21 year olds who are still crying and pretending to be in fear for their life:
She studied sociology……..AND GOVERNMENT!!! Ya got that? Someone who studied government is counseling students who are triggered by democracy. And guess who pays their salary? We do, of course. Because they’re state workers. And this is what the State of Massachusetts believes is vital for a college education – counselors who can help snowflakes navigate through a life experience in which they didn’t get their way. Gee, I wonder why the cost of college is so high. It’s not like there is any fat to trim anywhere!!
Here’s what you can do to help restore sanity. First of all, call the crisis hotline and let them know how triggered you are that someone like Hillary Clinton can come that close to being elected POTUS – 508-929-8072. Set up a time for grieving with them, but make sure you demand ample amounts of oatmeal cookies and some sort of puppy dog you can pet while sitting in a beanbag chair and listening to Katy Perry.
Then you can call and email Julie Kazarian, the Dean of Students and Chief Student Affairs Officer, to let her know what you think of her safe space – 508 929-8650.
Time to start letting these people know how much of a joke they really are.
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