To summarize: “No.”

Dave Huber at The College Fix has the story:

Prof’s epic response to Ferguson-related exam delay request

It’s probably safe to assume to that Oberlin student Della Kurzer-Zlotnick was not prepared for her professor’s response when she asked him about delaying exams due to Ferguson-related stress.

Seemingly anointing herself a (white) spokesperson for black students who “have suffered significant trauma” due to the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York, Kurzer-Zlotnick penned a three-paragraph treatise about why exams should be delayed, and why the professor (and the school as a whole) should be on board.

However, much to Della’s dismay, Professor Michael Raney, simply replied … “No.”