‘Perils’ of ‘inadvertently’ seeing Milo too great, NYU says

‘Perils’ of ‘inadvertently’ seeing Milo too great, NYU says

photo by Ashleigh Ozment, Flickr  (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
photo by Ashleigh Ozment, Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Campus Reform by Tyler Arnold

New York University (NYU) has canceled a Milo Yiannopoulos speech, saying it presents “perils to [the] safety of our community” because some students may “involuntarily” stumble upon it.

NYU informed the school’s College Republicans chapter in an email that the event would not be allowed due to the possibility that LGBTQ students, Muslim students, and other students who “are the subjects of Mr. Yiannopoulous’ [sic] attacks” may be drawn into the event “involuntarily” because of the speech’s location.

“The physical set-up of NYU is such that our buildings are all multi-use and any space that would be used for this sort of event would invariably be near to a constant flow of students who could be drawn into the event involuntarily as well as other student organizations that are the subjects of Mr. Yiannopoulous’ attacks,” the message stated, eventually concluding that “given…the perils to [the] safety of our community and the orderly pursuit of university life—we cannot allow the use of University facilities for this event”[…]

‘Perils’ of ‘inadvertently’ seeing Milo too great, NYU says

Psychiatrists and other mental health experts are going to make a killing on the snowflake generation.

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