'This Is How College Students Talk Today...'Chris Menahan
Sep. 24, 2019
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This was aired on MSNBC last week as part of a "Climate Forum" with various 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Here's her full quote via Grabien's Tom Elliott:
"My name is Joan Miller, I am a doctoral candidate at USC," a student said at the MSNBC forum. "I study empathy as communication. My pronouns are 'she,' 'her,' 'hers'. Yesterday we talked a lot about individual responsibility of change behavior like veganism, water waste and plastic straw bans, all of which initiatives disproportionately affect disabled people and poor people. Besides the carbon tax in these individual responsibilities, how can we shift the responsibility to incentivize corporations and high waste industries to change their behavior around climate change?"Tuition at USC is $57,256.
Students are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to colleges like USC only to come out dumber and more arrogant (which further prevents them from seeing how stupid they are)!
This woman is studying "empathy as communication" and yet she's a terrible communicator!
Does anyone doubt she was a better communicator before receiving this "education"?
Earlier this year, a study from Intelligence documented how the verbal intelligence of the average college student has been steadily declining since the 1970s.
From Intelligence, Volume 76, September–October 2019, 101377, "Declines in vocabulary among American adults within levels of educational attainment, 1974–2016":
HighlightsHow stupid does one have to be to look at this situation and think it's "progress"?
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