You see, they tacitly entice students to voluntarily leave with promises of waived cancellation fees. They deny the next class of freshmen the opportunity to embrace their inner weirdness, while blocking new weirdos from moving in. They play to the fear of parents, nerves wracked by headlines about the opioid epidemic, in email-blasts speaking vaguely of their suspicions — after all, the weirdos must be on drugs, right? They offer a simple explanation to faculty members for why some of their students just seem… a bit off. They refuse to control for the confounders of intersectional identity: their statistical analysis neglected to examine the correlation between sexual identity and longer graduation times, despite their knowledge that a disproportionate number of Senior House residents identify as such. They reduce students to data points, undergirding “significant concerns” with suspect analyses; they decry difference.