This Christmas Placemat is Causing Quite a Stir

This Christmas Placemat is Causing Quite a Stir

It’s that time of the year where all the Christmas decorations get set out, and that includes setting the table with a beautifully ornate Christmas placemat.

Only one problem. With all the social justice warriors out there in attendance at liberal universities like Harvard, they are putting talking points out in the open on a placemat for you to use at your holiday party.


We all know that the opinions expressed on this social justice placemat does not represent the opinion of all in attendance at the university.

The Harvard Republican Club came out with their own response.


Stephen Lassoed, dean of student life, and Thomas Dingman, dean of freshmen — apologized for the placemats saying:

We write to acknowledge that the placemat distributed in some of your dining halls this week failed to account for the many viewpoints that exist on our campus on some of the most complex issues we confront as a community and society today. Our goal was to provide a framework for you to engage in conversations with peers and family members as you return home for the winter break, however, it was not effectively presented and it ultimately caused confusion in our community.


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