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Should Colleges Provide a Place to Cry?

Students at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) staging a sit-in protest made demands including a space to cry and takeout orders…

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Students at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) staging a sit-in protest made demands including a space to cry and takeout orders.

William Treanor, the dean of the GULC, met with the students during their protest to promote the firing of professor Ilya Shapiro and said that the school would reimburse them for any food they had delivered during their sit-in.

“I don’t know what it would look like, but if they want to cry, if they need to break down, where can they go? Because we’re at a point where students are coming out of class to go to the bathroom to cry,” one student said.

Mitch Bailin, GULC’s dean of students responded: “It is really hard to walk out of class or a meeting in tears, and you should always have a place on campus where you can go […] reach out to me anytime — anytime — and we will find you space.”

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Source: Middle America News

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Tarheel

    July 9, 2023 at 6:00 pm

    Well they really Should not be in a university setting if they are, that mentally unstable

  2. Mary Geiger

    July 9, 2023 at 10:12 pm

    If students tend to cry often it seems their decision to study law is a bit too much for them. No part of the Law needs crybabies, they need strong people who will be responsible to make sure those they will profess to protect are treated constitutionally. These students don’t have the stuff it takes to study law or execute the law.

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