Students across the country are sharing emails they’ve received from distraught professors allowing them to stay home on Wednesday to cope with their feelings after Donald Trump is elected president.
According to this student, two of her classes were cancelled because of the election:
This is only one of TWO of my classes that got cancelled today due to the election.. pic.twitter.com/V78wPu2r7b
— Lindsey Beck (@lindzzz13) November 9, 2016
In this email sent to students, the professor lamented that there would be no “celebratory pizza during class today”:
He cancelled the class because Trump won ? pic.twitter.com/T4Oftns73T
— سلطان راشد (@SultanRashid__) November 9, 2016
This professor cancelled class and urged students to “take care of one another today”:
My communications professor cancelled class today because of trump winning the election?????? pic.twitter.com/3n3SSAzTgT
— Mikayla (@Mikayla_Michael) November 9, 2016
In another email sent to students, the professor mentions “not feeling right” and that “it’s going to be a rough night…so I feel it best to cancel our class for tomorrow”:
My prof. cancelled class bc trump was winning…. pic.twitter.com/CPVYCrXV0v
— danielle ♥︎ (@danielle_matz) November 9, 2016
At 1:12 a.m., students received this email with the subject “a message of hope, CLASS CANCELLED WEDNESDAY”, where the professor says, “To give us all a brief mental health break, I’ve decided to defer our ‘history of witchery’ lesson till Monday, when we all stand a better chance of retaining the information”:
my professor cancelled class bc trump won pic.twitter.com/ssxSDX6i6Y
— michael (@michaelcruz___) November 9, 2016
Perhaps more disturbing than someone cancelling class over an election is the sheer volume of professors who sent out emails Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
We found literally hundreds of tweets referencing Trump and the cancelling of Wednesday’s classes. This is like an informal study providing insight into the fragile psychology of campus SJWs across the nation.
But it wasn’t only professors cancelling class – students themselves began demanding the postponing of exams, or even no class for the rest of the week, in order to deal with the Trump’s victory.
At Loyola University, a petition was created to cancel class, accumulating over 300 signatures.
One comment read:
One signee of the petition said, “A Trump election directly endangers the lives of all students at Bryn Mawr College that are people of color, lgbtqa+, non-Christian, and female.”
The total liberal meltdown across college campuses reflects the mass-crying on display at Hillary’s “victory rally” last night.
As we documented, countless videos and photos surfaced of democrats weeping after realizing Trump would win.