College Encourages Symbolic Stabbing of President Trump

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Every Halloween, we see colleges and universities across the country warn students not to wear costumes which might in any conceivable way offend anyone for any reason. In fact, these institutions of higher education (pardon me while I chuckle) encourage students to report one another to the Campus Thought Police for the egregious offense of wearing a costume that someone else doesn’t like. The Administrative Overlords at these schools then open official investigations and seek to punish any offending White student (minorities are considered victims on college campuses and are thus exempt), either through some vaguely-worded provision of the student code of conduct, or through public shaming.



Given this insanity, it is all the more outrageous, though not the least bit surprising, that the Leftists at Providence College in Rhode Island would, as part of their Halloween celebrations, encourage students to stab a symbolic representation of President Trump. A pumpkin they called “Trumpkin” was used as a stand-in for President Donald Trump, and students were encourage to stab it.

From The College Fix:

Providence College officials undertook an investigation into a display set up by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs in which students were invited to stab a pumpkin evidently meant to symbolize President Donald Trump, The Providence Journal reports.

“If you ever feel angry or stressed, feel free to stab Trumpkin!” a sign above the display read.

“[T]he pumpkin had been stuck with a sharp object, according to a photograph circulating online,” The Journal reports.

For those familiar with the administrative organizations of American colleges today, it is not surprising that this would be sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Such departments are, without exception, staffed by radical left-wing racists whose primary purpose is to discriminate against White students and look for every opportunity to accuse someone or something on campus of racism.

It is unclear whether this event was officially sponsored by school administrators, or whether this was done by student members of the Board of Multicultural Student Affairs (BMSA). Student groups such as BMSA are organized on the basis of race. Their main purpose is to segregate themselves from White students and to lobby school administrators for special privileges.

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at Providence College is part of the Dean of Students Office


Board of Multicultural Student Affairs
Slavin Center LL27B
Phone: 401.865.2903


Quincy Bevely
Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Cultural Education
Phone: 401.865.1525
qbevely@providence.edu


Steven Sears, Ed.D, MBA
Associate VP for Student Affairs
Dean of Students
Phone: 401.865.2425

The above-listed contact information was taken from the official Providence College website.






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