University administrators are regularly pushing leftist propaganda.
They will do anything to prevent differing viewpoints off campus.
And one university flat-out refused to bring Chick-fil-a on campus for the most outrageous reason.
At Rider University in New Jersey, the school sent a survey to students to vote on what restaurants they would like to see on campus.
The students overwhelmingly voted for those tasty chicken sandwiches from Chick-fil-a.
However, the school administration rejected the student body’s vote, saying Chick-fil-a’s “corporate values” are problematic.
Campus Reform writes:
Rider University in New Jersey sent a survey to students during the spring semester, asking them which restaurants they would like to see the school bring on campus. But when it became clear that Chick-Fil-A was the students’ top choice, the college disregarded the results of the survey.
The school will not bring the popular fast food chain to campus because “their corporate values have not sufficiently progressed enough to align with those of Rider,” according to a Nov. 1 email sent to Rider students and obtained by Campus Reform. The school went on to clarify that the decision was in an effort to “promote…inclusion for all people.”
“It is important to me and to the University that all voices are heard,” Rider Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Jan Friedman-Krupnick said to Campus Reform. “There are a number of factors that contribute to a campus’ decision to invite a retail partner on campus. While Chick-fil-A is among other restaurants preferenced by Rider students, there are members of the community (faculty, staff, and students) who strongly opposed the option as well.”
“In all of our campus decisions, we carefully weigh benefits, risks and voices representative of all of our campus constituents,” Friedman-Krupnick added.
Despite there being overwhelming support for Chick-fil-a from the student body, their wishes were denied because of the politicization of simple, tasty chicken sandwiches.
As one student pointed out, someone can disagree with Chick-fil-a’s Christian values and still eat their food.
Or, if someone doesn’t want to, they don’t have to.
The administration says that they insisted that Chick-fil-a doesn’t come on campus because there are those who “strongly oppose the option.”
Someone could just as “strongly oppose” Starbucks’ openly liberal political leanings.
But that doesn’t stop Rider University from keeping them on campus.
This is just a prime example of how radical leftist school administrators have become.
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