To be fair, he hadn't finished the course yet

 OSU SECURITY FORCE DISPLAYS ITS MACRO-AGGRESSION TECHNIQUES

OSU SECURITY FORCE DISPLAYS ITS MACRO-AGGRESSION TECHNIQUES

OSU attacker was enrolled in a snowflake class; his paper on micro-aggressions present on campus was due next week.

Before he was shot dead while attempting to murder a bunch of people with a car and a butcher's knife, Ohio State University student Abdul Artan—a Pakistani immigrant who reportedly became radicalized after learning about injustices committed against fellow Muslims—was enrolled in a class called "Crossing Identity Boundaries."
In fact, he had a group project on "microaggressions" due later this week. The assignment, worth 15 percent of his grade, required students to find a dozen examples of microaggressions on social media and explain which identity groups were the victims, according to the syllabus.
The purpose of the class is to promote "intercultural leadership" and transform students into "actively engaged, socially just global citizen/leaders." It seems to go well beyond merely educating students, though—it actually requires them to become social justice activism.