Its pedagogy ... a rigorous personalized approach to education, modeled on the tutorial system of Oxford University and the theories of educator and philosopher John Dewey. These educational strategies continue at Sarah Lawrence today ... Our students are men and women who share an enthusiasm for intellectual rigorRight. Well kindly don't blame Oxford for what's happening just now; and don't be too quick to claim 'intellectual rigor', either. The SJWs there have assembled a long, long list of impossibilist (and deeply illiberal) demands in the name of the Diaspora Coalition, under the ringing slogan: If the College does not accept these demands, it will no longer be hailed as a progressive institution but instead remembered for its inability to truly embody its self-proclaimed progressive ideology and support all students against an international rising tide of white supremacy and fascism.
- We demand a mandatory first-year orientation session about intellectual elitism and classism
- We demand that the College offer classes that embody intersectionality, as defined by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, and address the racial diversity of the LGBTQ+ community instead of centering whiteness
All campus laundry rooms are to supply laundry detergent and softener on a consistent basis for all students, faculty and staff.Hurrah! Picture the scene: everyone is sitting cross-legged on the floor, taking it in turns to denounce President Cristle Collins Judd (sic) as a racist cisgender purveyor of actual harm to LGBTQI+'s of color everywhere ... when Angielou-Maybelle LaTrine declares for the fourteenth time: err, sisters, what about the laundry detergent? - we should demand softener! And it must be replenished every week. And it must be Fragrant RosePetal fragrance. Every time! Not just whatever the drugstore has on discount. Sisters? Sisters ..?
OK honey, yeah, whatever. We'll include the detergent, yeah ... yes, and the softener, OK? Now, about those facist m***********s ...