Other Canadian universities need to take a lesson from Wilfrid Laurier’s shame

Much like the term “Orwellian,” “Kafkaesque” exists not only as a fitting tribute to the legacy of a great writer, but also as a useful and vivid adjective that can describe a situation far more powerfully than even a dozen words possibly could.

As Merriam-Webster explains it, “the word Kafkaesque is often applied to bizarre and impersonal administrative situations where the individual feels powerless to understand or control what is happening.”

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  • Editor

    They’ll prohibit recording struggle sessions with faculty. Academia and the MSM seems way more concerned with the HOW this abuse happened and reviewing procedural methods than WHY this perversion of justice happened. The administration’s cultural marxist apparatchik will add a few more incomprehensible jargon pages to the “Gendered Violence” manual Adria Joel was barely able to read coherently and wait for the news cycle to do its job and the story to fade away.

  • This is all part of the “swamp” Trump talked about “draining”.

    It is sad how the “progressive swamp” has managed to contaminate so many Universities in Canada, the US and Europe.

    These “cultural marxist clown professors” need to find productive work.

  • Old Guy

    People are sadly mistaken if they think the university administration or some other entity will fix this problem. They won’t. They have a vested interest in not fixing the problem.

    There are, however, three things that can fix the problem at Wilfrid Laurier.

    (1) Parents refuse to send their children to Wilfrid Laurier

    (2) Alumni stop all donations to Wilfrid Laurier

    (3) Students stop enrolling at WLU in “Women’s’ Studies” type courses and “Social Justice” type courses causing them to cease.

    Yep, that will fix the problem quicker than you say LGBTQQIP2SAA.