A student at UC San Diego hung some posters on campus to memorialize Kate Steinle. Not only did far left students rip all the posters down. The student who hung them was contacted by the school’s “bias response team” and is now under investigation. Do you believe this?
The College Fix reports:
After student hangs Kate Steinle posters, university’s bias response office launches probe
A student at the University of California San Diego has been contacted to report to its Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination after hanging pro-Kate Steinle posters across the campus.
On the evening of Dec. 7, Gregory Lu hung 150 posters of Steinle’s smiling face with the words “She had dreams too” in highly traversed areas across campus that other students typically hang items on, such as bulletin boards and the free speech area.
Four days later, an investigator with the Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination emailed Lu asking to meet with him.
“Our office received an online incident report and I would like to schedule a time to speak with you about it. Are you free this week by phone or in person,” the investigator asked in his email, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix.
Our entire system of higher education needs an overhaul.