We’ve all known that colleges and universities around the country are filled with snowflakes. Students who can barely make it through a day without their unicorn frappuccino. Can you imagine how they could handle a normal workload with adult responsibilities? The truth is, they probably can’t.
In fact, this truth is becoming more predominant, and our story today confirms our concerns and beliefs that the next generation cannot properly handle the responsibilities of life.
To make matters worse, we now have illegal college snowflakes trying to find ways to have their colleges and universities enable them to be the dependents that they want to be, alongside their fellow enabled snowflakes who are legal citizens. Indeed, illegal immigrants attending Columbia University have actually had the temerity to create a list of absurd demands from the university. They are demanding that housing, health care, amongst other things, be given to them on a silver platter. On top of that, they want protection from ICE!
From Right Wing News:
This is something I’ve mentioned time and time again, namely, the notion that people who are unlawfully present in the United States do not help their case when they make demands. One would think they’d understand that it would help their case if they were humble, contrite, and make the case that they just want to be a part of America, and “can’t we find it in our hearts to give them a chance?” Instead, demands. (via Twitchy)
(Campus Reform) Illegal immigrants at Columbia University are demanding free health coverage along with mandatory “sensitivity training” for professors and staff.
“We refuse to amend or change any of these demands,” the group UndoCU began their 13-point list. “We expect the university to act,” they said, lamenting Columbia’s “lack of intrinsic interest in its [illegal] students.
One of the more audacious demands calls for “full reimbursement of the health insurance fees,” complaining that the university’s International Students and Scholars Office only refunds “portions of these fees.” (snip)
UndoCU also demands “specialized fundraising for undocumented students,” in order to create “undocumented student[-]specific scholarships and grants” for illegal immigrant students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Upset at the use of the term “illegal,” the group also demands “sensitivity training” for professors and staff at Columbia, as well as an ombudsman “who understands the psychological, financial, administrative, and all other dimensions” of the illegal immigrant experience. (snip)
The students also want Columbia to provide them with guaranteed summer housing, which they imply should be at least partially subsidized, along with hiring “counselors trained in trauma” and career advisors trained to help illegal immigrant students.