According to The College Fix, on November 10th, the news got out that the University of Michigan Law School was planning to host a post-election event catered to the broken hopes and shattered dreams of anti-Trump students.
But just one day later, someone at the school decided that their “Post-Election Self Care with Food and Play-Doh” event was too embarrassing to keep up on the homepage. They'd caught wind of the public reaction and now there's no evidence of the event anywhere on their website.
Michigan Law planned to host the original event on campus under the guidance of school psychologist, Dr. Reena Sheth. In what would have undoubtedly been a time of frolicking and best of all, entirely “Trump free.”
The description of the original event read:
“Join us for delicious and comforting food with opportunity to experience some stress-busting, self-care activities such as coloring sheets, play dough, positive card-making, Legos, and bubbles with your fellow law students.“
Instead, there's a much more reasonable event taking place on November 15th, entitled, “Moving Forward, A Conversation Post-Election.” It’s described on the school's page as:
“3 Michigan Law Professors will be speaking about moving forward after the election.”
Anything to make sure that students, yes, even law students, are able to handle the “stunning upset” of Donald Trump’s Election Day win last week.
According to the U.S. News and World Report rankings, the University of Michigan Law school is ranked among the top ten law schools in the country.
Independent Journal Review reached out to the University of Michigan Law school, but didn't receive comment before the time of publication.