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Genius Idea: Campus White Board Ban

If only.Ban the bad thoughts…With Spring Break almost broken, Michigan State University is ready to lay down the law by forbidding their 13,000 students that live on campus from having white boards on their doors.

Since they’re white, right? Wrong, you racist.

No, Michigan State has decided to ban them to prevent their pupils from writing anything racist (or sexist) on them.

Apparently, if there’s no white board to use, derogatory thoughts just go away.Don't even think about the tuition costs…

The Director of University Residential Services Communications Kat Cooper explained that trying to investigate and punish negative sentiments on Michigan State white boards was, “A drain on resources. We’re spending a ton of time and energy administrating it.”

Genius

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  • Guest (Adore j)

    When u factor in tuition at $20000 a year it makes perfect sense.

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