Unfortunately, the situation is worse with Niklussick (pun intended). In contrast with other nut-cases, this guy (his real name is Nicholas Calabrese and he’s a jobless parasite from New Jersey living off social media hand-outs) is threatening those who oppose his lunacies with physical violence and gun use. His racial slurs and misogynistic drivel are prevalent not only in his videos but also in his commentary section below. He’s constantly removing all commentary he finds critical towards his practices and unlimited imbecilities. Furthermore, he’s encouraging his ‘supporters’ to attack those who contest his unfounded accusations and bigotry. As many people have abandoned him and have withdrawn from sponsoring him, his rage and paranoia have intensified. He’s desperate for money and you could easily observe that because his paypal funding requests are ubiquitous and highly repetitive in his videos. His situation is exacerbating and it doesn’t require much thought to comprehend that his issue is neither Cornell nor Cornell’s family but something personal within his own psycho-pathology.
As a comparative literature major, you’ll gain a critical and historical perspective on world literature and cultures, with the choice of two tracks. If you want to emphasize literature in your course work, take the comparative literary studies track; if you’re interested in studying literature and theory by integrating rigorous work in film, video or other arts and media, take the literary, visual and media studies track. The major’s broad range of courses provides a critical and historical perspective on world literature and cultures.