Protesting free speech is the trendy new thing to do on campus.

Peter Hasson reports at the Daily Caller.

Students At N.Y. School Demand Censorship, Gender-Neutral Pronouns

A group of Hamilton College (New York) students published a list of almost forty demands on Tuesday, which the group insists that the university must begin implementing within 24 hours in order to end “the inevitable tokenization of all marginalized bodies” at the school.

The students at the New York private university collectively refer to themselves as The Movement and are demanding, for example, that white professors be “discouraged” from leading certain departments, the replacement of male/female pronouns, the erasure of Nobel Laureate Elihu Root’s name from campus, and the censorship of “opinions that further marginalizes historically oppressed communities.”

The demands — which are riddled with grammatical errors — were issued in conjunction with a protest of “tokenism,” which the students define as “the practice of hiring, appointing, or accepting a token number of people from underrepresented groups in order to deflect criticism or comply with affirmative action rules.”

The Movement is demanding social media application Yik Yak be “banned from the Clinton area, as it provides a platform for hate speech inflected with racism, homophobia, islamophobia, transphobia, amongst several other bigotries.” The students do not specify how they expect the private liberal arts college to ban social media applications from the entire city of Clinton, New York.