Dunno What Stupidity Affected U Of R Cheerleaders, But It’s Spread To North Dakota

Much like Saskatchewan, the state of North Dakota is living proof of the inverse relationship between new oil money and intelligence …

A group of students at the University of North Dakota are being criticized after they created and wore T-shirts that seemed to make light of alcoholism in the Native American community.

The website Last Real Indians pointed out the controversy after photos of students in the T-shirt began to spread on social media. The shirts depict a stereotypical “Indian chief head” drinking from a beer bong. Above the head are the words, “Siouxper Drunk.”

How do they let people that stupid into university in the first place? Mostly because the university`s administration doesn’t care, apparently.

Rock, flag and eagle, everybody.

Author: Stephen LaRose

2006 winner of the Canadian Association of University Teachers's Award of Excellence in Journalism for a bunch of prairie dog stuff. Invited into the best homes in Regina. Once.

5 thoughts on “Dunno What Stupidity Affected U Of R Cheerleaders, But It’s Spread To North Dakota”

  1. The Rock Flag and Eagle link doesn’t work. Get’s Error 404 – Page not found! message.

  2. “Siouxper Drunk” is definitely too clever, clearly designed to racistly offend, which, in and of itself, makes it overly-annoying and revolting. For my money, you’ll never beat the two pieces of bread engaging in intercourse with the caption: “I’m crumbing! I’m crumbing!” for sheer genius and mega-frat boy stupidity.

  3. Ugh. What do you expect when universities can only afford to carry either Bonehead English or an English degree and they choose the former? ESL courses are fine. My quibble is with admitting students to universities when they have not learned to communicate in their native language. Keep grammar school topics in grammar school.

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