My sophomore year, I went to CMC's Rage in the Cage. As I was watching the dodgeball tournament, I turned and looked behind me. Moments later, a drunk white man walked up and criticized me for "looking at him." What made me feel most uncomfortable is that he employed African American Vernacular English (AAVE), moved his head back and forth, and snapped his finger to mirror what he imagined I would speak like. In other words, he used the "Sapphire," or the angry Black woman trope to communicate with me. I left shortly after.