Earlier this year, students at ultra-liberal Oberlin College in Ohio protested that the school was "insensitive" for serving "culturally appropriated" food, like sushi and banh mi sandwiches, in the dining hall. And now Oberlin alumni Lena Dunham has weighed in on the students vs. sushi debate, and–surprise!–she's taking the students' side.

"There are now big conversations at Oberlin, where I went to college, about cultural appropriation and whether the dining hall sushi and banh mi disrespect certain cuisines," said the Girls star in an interview with Food & Wine. "
The press reported it as, 'How crazy are Oberlin kids?' But to me, it was actually, 'Right on.'"

Sources: Food & Wine