Originally Posted by FrankMatthews
Originally Posted by Ace Rawstein
thing im most puzzled by is the description of racist events that occurred on campus. If these were lone wolfe(pun) attacks, how does a university counter these type of actions from a policy stand point?
You can of course be proactive, which im sure will be the first result to come out of this. But if something else pops off, where does the accountability fall?
How can the university protect itself and how can the students have expectations met if something else occurs?
I don't think all the specifics are out there but from my understanding you had racists actions happening and little to nothing was being done about it. You have students committing hate crimes on campus you need to expell them immediately, especially at a publicly funded institution. Not sit on your hands and hope it goes away. University can't stop the ignorant from being ignorant but they can certainly let it be know what will be tolerated and what wont. I bet you expell a couple kids and the rest will, at the very least, keep their hate to themselves.
I don't think there needs to be a discussion about school policy when it comes to feces swastikas. It should be pretty clear that someone who does that does not belong at any university.
Yea anything less coming out of this will be very disappointing. Cant even believe they would really take no action at all in the past smh.
I just dont want the students to feel like they are continuously let down by the administration and that the pinnacle of their efforts were ousting the school president.
Like some local rednecks can be pissed off and come do something foul on campus as a response to all of this and then where do we go from here?
The university needs to be very vigorous in any action that they take going forward but at the same time I wonder how the students will prepare to handle things if the environment doesn't immediately get better.