“disrupted a sense of safety.”
The presentation reportedly made the campus feel unsafe. Are these people adults?
The College Fix reports:
Michigan State president apologizes for U.S. border patrol class presentation
The president of Michigan State University expressed remorse Tuesday for a class presentation by U.S. Customs and Border Protection members in a university-wide email, saying the incident “disrupted a sense of safety.”
President Samuel Stanley’s email, subject line “Fostering a safe and inclusive campus,” promised that the presentation, as well as an incident of vandalism against Jewish students, and a survey question that offended some students, are being investigated by the campus police and the Office of Institutional equality.
The email also expressed concern over a “racial bias” incident in a dormitory, where toilet paper was hung on the door room door of two black students in a shape some said resembled a noose. The university determined that the incident was a non-racist Halloween prank, but some students are still outraged by it.
“Some of these actions may not have grown from negative intent or malice, but it’s important for us all to remember the difference between intent and impact. Regardless of intent, there is still an impact being felt across campus,” Stanley wrote. “These situations have disrupted a sense of safety that should exist for everyone. Building inclusive communities is at the core of our values, and the impact of recent events cannot be underestimated.”
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