When Donald Trump Graffiti Threatens Your ‘Safe Space’

April 7, 2016

With the school calendar winding down, the clock is ticking for the Class of 2016 and other undergraduates to compete in this year’s contest for the most ridiculous campus protests and Ivory Tower outrages.

Students at Emory University offered a strong entry recently by complaining that chalk messages promoting “Trump 2016” threatened members of the university community. The students voiced concern and protested after about 100 pro-Trump messages were found written in chalk on the Atlanta campus.One Emory senior bemoaned that the pro-Trump graffiti artists failed to “[t]hink about how your language can be oppressive toward other people.”