Savannah Makes SCAD President’s Wig Style Mandatory

It is now mandatory for faculty in Savannah to get the same haircut as the benevolent dictator and matronly president of Savannah College of Art and Design, Dear Leader.

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), the ‘secretive university’ impoverished faculty are sure to be flocking to the barbers Wednesday, as the SCAD-sanctioned guidelines were reportedly rolled out university-wide.

Savannah College of Art and Design clearly has its priorities right, dismissing accusations of crimes against faculty and monitored faculty free speech to instead focus on the introduction of the compulsory boxy, mushroom-esque hair do.

Previously, among SCAD’s many university-inflicted horrors, faculty were only allowed to choose from 18 styles for women and 10 for men.

SCAD’s university TV launched a campaign against long hair and jeans, called “Let us trim our hair and shed our jeans in accordance with the SCAD lifestyle” – see instructional dystopian nightmare video below.

SCAD instructional dystopian nightmare video

SCAD’s university TV launched a campaign against long hair and jeans, called “Let us trim our hair and shed our jeans in accordance with the SCAD lifestyle”

Unsurprisingly, many have reservations about being indignantly forced into having a SCAD Universty controlled bouffant hairstyle.

“Our Leader’s wig is very particular, if you will,” one source told Radio Free Savannah.

“It doesn’t always go with everyone since everyone has different face and head shapes.”

From her porch at the Landings, Dear Leader encouraged the SCAD community to purchase an official SCAD wig stating: “the highest and best use of a front porch is to enable and encourage the art of conversation. We entertain ourselves with stories on the porch. We invite people in. We sit. We visit.”

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