The University of Arizona is making headline for new policies regarding some of their social guidelines.
The guidelines seek to comfort students and individuals who may feel offended.
Per the Daily Caller:
“If a student feels hurt or offended by another student’s comment, the hurt student can say ‘ouch,’” suggests Treviño, describing one exercise to promote diversity and inclusion. “In acknowledgement, the student who made the hurtful comment says ‘oops.’”
“Students enter higher education without the tools to engage in classroom discussions or to interact with other students, in particular with students from diverse backgrounds,” explains the guide.
Professors and staff are supposed to monitor the speech of their students:
The guidelines even suggest professors police students for microaggressions.
This is really happening.