(Washington Examiner) Being a music teacher and being insufficiently aware of every trend in music around the world is now a microaggression.
At least according to one particularly special snowflake at Syracuse University.
During a "listening session" at Syracuse that allowed students essentially to vent about what they perceived as racial and social injustice at the university, one student stood up to describe her tale of woe. David Rubin, former dean of the university's School of Public Communications, was there to document the tale.
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"One student said a music faculty member was unaware of the latest musical trends in this student's culture. The student felt this was a micro-aggression against her, Rubin wrote.