Every person I know who writes reviews on Yelp only does so so they can light that place up. You have terrible service? Yelp. A waitress dumps a glass on wine on your lap? Yelp. (In another life I was that shitty waitress dumping red wine on your pretty white dress).
Yale’s Pierson College Dean June Chu was no different. Except her reviews included racist comments, posts shitting on the city and people of New Haven, and some fat/education shaming. You know, your casual run of the mill posts about noodles.
Her own students were the ones to find her offensive posts and Yale Daily News, the student newspaper, screen-captured and published them all here. Her account has since been deleted.
I thankfully have never met someone that has written a review of not one, but two movie theaters. It’s a movie theater, what can possibly piss you off that much? They didn’t have your favorite candy? Also, don’t shame Criterion – they have a bar so that alone deserves a five-star rating.
- Koto Japanese Restaurant: “If you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you!”
- The Mochi Store: “I guess if you were a white person who has no clue what mochi is, this would be fine for you.”
- Criterion Cinemas: “I loved the small theater feel without sketchy crowds (despite it being in new haven).”
- John Davenport’s: “Everyone raves about the views but seriously – it’s New Haven. Come on. There is no view.”
- Entertainment Cinemas: “So what they have is barely educated morons trying to manage snack orders for the obese.”
Good stuff. Thanks for shaping the young minds of Yale.