Seriously, stop eating so much soy and let your nuts drop.
Oh, and Emory is not embracing diversity enough. Why? Because it won't actively suppress political speech...of a certain nature of course.
Students were still dissappointed by Wagner's response, with Lolade Oshin, a junior at Emory, charging that the chalkings were "an act of violence."
"Emory likes to sell itself as a school that is really devoted to diversity and inclusion, and it's not," Oshin told The Daily Beast. "If I'd known it would be this way, I would have gone to the University of Maryland and paid a quarter of the price to deal with the exact same issues I deal with here."
An act of violence? We all know if the chalking had been in support of Bernie it would have been a "noble act of self expression and political enlightenment."