The residential-college dean referred to “white trash” and “low class folks” in the reviews.
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A housing dean at Yale University has been suspended over remarks she made in Yelp reviews. June Chu, a dean of Pierson College at the school, wrote of one restaurant, "If you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you."Show More Summary
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A dean at Yale University, whose controversial Yelp reviews drew criticism earlier this week, has been placed on leave.
June Chu has written many racist reviews on Yelp, even calling a restaurant "white trash." She was suspended on Thursday, following her "reprehensible posts."
A Yale University dean who once penned an article championing cultural sensitivity has come under fire for publishing some decidedly insensitive Yelp reviews of New Haven establishments, with criticisms including describing food fit only for "white trash" and calling employees "barely educated morons." Reminder: Yelpers are bad. [ more › ]
A dean at Yale University is taking heat for less-than-diplomatic Yelp reviews on anything from restaurants to gyms. June Chu, the dean of Pierson College, brought up race and class constantly. Though she has since deleted her Yelp account, Yale Daily News took screenshots of some of the reviews (and...
WaPo reports under this faux-naive headline: "Yale dean once championed cultural sensitivity. Then she called people ‘white trash’ on Yelp." As if it's a puzzling paradox that an elite administrator would propound the usual diversity pap and actually view nonelites with contempt. Show More Summary
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A dean was busted for leaving insensitive restaurant reviews Judging by her Yelp reviews of local businesses, June Chu, the dean of Yale’s Pierson College, is not especially fond of the amenities in her new home city of New Haven, Connecticut. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Jimmy Fallon welcomed Aziz Ansari aboard The Tonight Show to talk about the latest season of his Netflix show Master of None. After a quick chat, the pair got down to the business of what they do best — reading out angry Yelp reviews. Real-life people to be lampooned this time around included dentist Dr. […]
Aziz Ansari and Jimmy Fallon role play hilarious Yelp feuds!
Yelp reviews as the next source of great theatre? Aziz Ansari seemed to make a strong case for it when he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he and Fallon again delivered dramatic renditions of negative Yelp reviews, veritable fodder for any aspiring thespian. From rants about an overpriced deli to a…
While on The Tonight Show promoting the new season of Master of None, Aziz Ansari also took the time to give dramatic readings of actual, real-life negative Yelp reviews, and the results were Emmy-worthy. Host Jimmy Fallon played dissatisfied...Show More Summary
Reading Yelp reviews is always helpful for finding out other opinions about businesses, discovering the best item on a menu, or for just having a laugh at all the ridiculous things people complain about. Aziz Ansari and Jimmy Fallon perform a dramatic reading of Yelp reviews and their replies, and things get heated fast. Show More Summary
During Aziz Ansari’s recent appearance on The Tonight Show, he teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to do a dramatic reading of some negative Yelp reviews, and retorts from businesses. If it doesn’t work out for the business owners, they could have a second career in comedy.
Late night TV doesn’t get much better than this: If the whole Netflix show thing doesn’t work out for Aziz Ansari, he could become a professional reader of bad online restaurant reviews, because he is a master at this particular art form. Show More Summary
Chicken parm has never been so intense. Aziz Ansari dropped by “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday, and he and host Jimmy Fallon decided to give real Yelp reviews dramatic readings. Things went from 0 to 100 real quick. Fallon read the poor...Show More Summary
Aziz Ansari made his return to The Tonight Show on last night’s (May 9) episode to promote the latest season of his hit Netflix show Master of None. After talking about the upcoming second season (arriving May 12), the 34-year-old entertainer and Jimmy both took turns reading real Yelp reviews and replies with a dramatic [...]