Montage: 2015, the year college students went totally nuts

Montage: 2015, the year college students went totally nuts

College campuses have always been hotbeds of protest as young idealistic minds seek to solve the world’s ills via sits-in, hunger strikes, and noisy demonstrations.

2015 was no different, at least superficially. Once again, there were sit-ins (with the notable addition of one letter, a H before the I, to protest the absence of gender-neutral bathrooms) and demonstrations that included one student lugging around a mattress to protest a rape that never happened.

But the tenor of the protests was markedly different in one important respect. Students were less interested in what they could do for the country than they were in what the administration could do for them. 2015 was the year of the selfish list of demands, many by or for black activists, who have been conditioned to see racism in their dreams.

Grabien has put together a montage of some of the more memorable moments from the year. Click here to be taken to the video.

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