Aug 27, 2015

Expel Students for Allegedly Making Misogynistic Threats of Assault | ForceChange

College officials are investigating after several unidentified students allegedly hung banners promoting the sexual harassment and assault of incoming female freshmen. Demand that the students found responsible for this disgusting display be expelled from the school as soon as possible for the safety of the student body.

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