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College president who canceled classes after students with ‘sticks and baseball bats’ caused $10,000 of property damage has spoken out





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Evergreen State College closed for several days at the beginning of June as protests over racial issues turned violent.

Reports emerged of students wielding “sticks and bats” and causing $10,000 of property damage. A threat to “execute as many people on that campus as I can get ahold of” was called into emergency operators.

The school has since reopened, but has faced harsh criticism in light of the incident. A state lawmaker introduced a bill to pull funding from the Washington state-based public college.

Evergreen’s president, George S. Bridges, penned an op-ed in The Seattle Times on Wednesday reflecting on read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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