safe space

But there were coloring books. And crayons. And candy.

No, really:

coloring. books. crayons. candy

Tuition at the university is over $45,000 a year; they could at least provided some Godiva chocolates, instead of what looks like… lollipops?

Via Daily Caller.

What’s it like to hole up in a special “safe space” during the RNC? Very, very sad, it turns out, unless you really like coloring books.

Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) grabbed headlines, and no small degree of ridicule, when it was revealed the school was maintaining a special “safe space” during the RNC in order to assist those psychologically or physically traumatized by the prospect of Republicans being in Cleveland and giving speeches.

Not willing to let the matter lie, The Daily Caller News Foundation decided to try visiting this safe space directly, since CWRU’s campus lies just a few miles east of the Quicken Loans Arena. A reporter was dispatched to find the safe space (located in the basement of CWRU’s Crawford Hall) and find out what lay inside.

The first attempt, made Wednesday evening, was a complete disaster. It turns out the “safe space” was only operating from 10-4 each day, which hardly seems particularly safe when the most dangerous Republican speeches were being made in the evening….

But: coloring books!

coloring book




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  1. midget says:

    What, no nap rugs facing Mecca?

  2. Alain41 says:

    If it didn’t have copies of The Pet Goat then I understand why no little flowers showed up. W was ahead of the curve.

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