The University of Arizona has a handbook, “Diversity and Inclusiveness in the Classroom.”
The manual instructs students to say “ouch!” when offended by a faculty member or a classmate. And demands offenders say “oops” to acknowledge the "ouch."
And the extra fun part? The idea came from the infertile mind of Jesus Trevino, the school's Vice Provost for Inclusive Excellence who gets $214,000 a year to come up with such crap.