No, this college is fortunately not named after me, but
“Reed College leaders have agreed to revise a mandatory freshman humanities course focused on the Western Canon in the wake of a protracted student protest campaign against the class that decried it as too “Caucasoid” and “Eurocentric.”
Although details are still being hashed out, faculty appear to have agreed to broaden the scope of the course to allow for more authors of color and to study thinkers from geographic locations beyond Europe. The course had traditionally focused on scholars underpinning Western Civilization, and assigned books written by Greco-Roman thinkers such as Aristotle, Plato and Ovid, as well as from Mesopotamia and Egypt. But for more than a year “Humanities 110” has been the target of protests by a student group called “Reedies Against Racism,” who demanded it be “reformed to represent the voices of people of color.” In statements to The College Fix over the last year, student protesters have called the class too “Caucasoid” and “Eurocentric.” Reed College, eh? Reediesagainst Racism: I like that, and may start such a group myself.
As for the end of the Western classics? Well, I do not care; let them eliminate the White Western civilisation classics, and teach whatever they like. I believe that the universities are beyond saving now, and even if my proposal for a peaceful elimination of them is not embraced, the end will still be nigh as these institutions fall apart from their own internal rottenness: