Near the end of last year, the administration at Kansas University did the unthinkable. It didn’t bow to politically correct demands from a minority of students and ban fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A from campus. Instead, the administrators went forward with opening a location.
But the angered students, and their administrative enablers, aren’t done. To show their displeasure, they’re hosting an art contest.
The Sexuality and Gender Diversity Faculty & Staff Council and the KU Department of Visual Art are hosting the contest in March.
A flyer posted by The Sexuality and Gender Diversity Faculty & Staff Council and the KU Department of Visual Art read:
“In light of the controversy over the installation of Chick-fil-A in the Kansas memorial union, the SGDFS council would like to open up a campus conversation about the meaning of the brand.”
It then outlined the constest and called for students to:
“explore…what the presence of Chick-fil-A on campus signifies to them.”
The title of the contest is, “But the chicken’s good…”
The flyer listed prizes. It did not say if those prizes included a number one Chick-fil-A sandwich meal, or a breakfast of Chiken minis, or perhaps a grand prize of a Chick-fil-A nugget and strips platter. Now that’s a contest worth entering.