• 7even

    If Holtschneider truly wanted the event to continue, why was security told to stand down? I’m still waiting for the answer.

  • iroots.org activism

    The paper and this reporter I believe received numerous evidence that the noose was a hoax. The same photo was deleted by an account 3-4 hrs prior to being deleted. But it was archived. Who knows, it certainly isn’t a real noose – it could be twine that fell off of a moving van. Do people have any healthy skepticism anymore? Or is this confirmation bias? See: http://iroots.org/2016/05/27/noose-at-depaul-appears-to-be-a-hoax/

    • slimgrin

      Doesn’t look like it.

  • The Poultryarchy

    Oh you are a DePaul student? Honey is your mommy or daddy home? I need to speak with an adult….

  • Hughlon Thornbury

    Another school’s name on the list that this retired military service member refuses to pay any tuition for his great-grandchildren to attend. The WorldComs and Enrons of the higher education system.
    Mizzou is only the first of many to come. All corrupt empires fall. There are no exceptions.

  • Dingusburg

    This university is obviously idiotic as can be if it takes any opinions seriously from a feminist organization or a black supremacy one, there’s no reason either of these opinions should be taken into account and on campus nobody tolerates the idiotic display at the event, yet students are being let down by awful leadership failing to organize events properly and make sure that they do not cause disruptions, all of the protesters should have been expelled from the university, but Holtschneider is too much of a coward to do so.

  • Crippen

    Noose definitely a hoax, anti-mexico slur probably also a hoax, and students claiming to have had racial slurs shouted at them. If I didn’t have anything good to say and feel my fragile world-view collapsing in on itself, I might make stuff up too.

  • JamesPiekko1

    this is why i stocked up on chalk

  • stephenlight

    Incredible. More of this type of reasoning should be exposed, A University is not a day care center. You are there to learn, even if your coursework is as obviously useless as Gender Studies. While these geniuses construct the perfect coddled societal bubble, there are tens of millions of SERIOUS Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Singaporean, etc. students studying actual topics that will PRODUCE the technologies of tomorrow. Guess who is going to have a severe income gap? These fragile professional victims.

  • Paul Cavanaugh

    Expel them all. The whole lot. These spoiled children obviously have no idea what education is and they are wasting everyone’s time.

  • Patrick Klocek

    Conservatives need a safe space. We don’t feel safe anymore. BLM invaded a safe space and spread hate. I call on BLM to be banned from campus for spreading hate.

  • Rascal

    Have fun with the loss of applications and donations that are sure to follow this SShow.

  • Jordan Tackett

    Looks like they’re about to get the Missou treatment, except I think this will be worse. The left is tearing itself apart and DePaul is giving us front row seats to the action.

  • Khalid Rogers

    BSU has NO STANDING until they condemn the actions of the disrupters. Until then they can take their free speech hating selves somewhere else. Black Lives Matter is funded by whites using blacks. Soros loves the anarchy.

    http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/13/moveonorg-raising-funds-from-trump-protests-warns-/ want to hear something.

  • Tehy

    TFW a group that routinely uses ‘white’ as an insult states that they had slurs screamed at them.

    ‘but…black people don’t have institutional power’ they had the institutional power to be protected by the police (not arrested, a journalist filming arrested on no charge and held for several hours), and for administrators to tell the security not to take them off stage. How much more institutional power can you have?

  • ChicagoJohn

    I think that there was about as much thought given to their demands, as their was time dedicated to making that banner.
    Imagine what fragile snowflakes they will grow up to be when they are coddled by the administration of the school, and never ever confronted with ideas that they might find… that are not their own.

  • Ichneumon Jones

    If you think Milo has “only angry rhetoric meant to harm others”, you’re either a blatant liar, or the kind of moron who hasn’t bothered to actually watch a few of his presentations but is willing to spout off in bigoted ignorance.

    If you want “only angry rhetoric”, meanwhile, tune into to any of the radical SJW thugs, they’re the Brownshirts of the 21st century.

  • Italy GG

    “SYSTEMIC INSTITUTIONAL VIOLENCE”
    That’s a nice buzzword to say “people who don’t agree with far-left ideologies”

  • CowDog Smythe

    The DePaul Fighting Snowflakes. And BTW – check your free speech before you arrive for indoctrination.

  • ChicagoJohn

    I’m curious as to what he said that you thought was meant to cause harm?
    This should be fascinating.

  • Richard Saunders

    What is it with you leftists that make you despise dissent?

    Name one time a word physically injured you.

  • Zarathustraman

    “purposely targeting marginalized groups with words meant to degrade and dehumanize” -Black Student Union

    Are they talking about white people? Because that’s all that comes out of Sociology, gender studies and feminism nowadays.

  • Feisty Hayseed

    The anonymous students from WGS who wrote, “ … Mr. Y constituted a threat to our right to exist as a
    department, and to conduct feminist inquiry as a course of study.” is Insane in the Membrane. Their statement makes No Sense Whatsoever, unless it was spouted by some dude “pacified” by Thorazine in the Locked Mental Ward of the University Hospital. How can any one person’s (LGBTQI or otherwise) personal opinion about anything possibly threaten the WSG’s “right to exist”???? The ONLY thing that threatens WSGs right to exists is their abject and total failure to justify their existence to anyone other than themselves. Certainly the WGS can figure out some justification for their existence that they could share with others without embarrassing themselves.

  • Feisty Hayseed

    Let me see if I’ve got this straight: Yiannopoulos is an openly practicing homosexual (out of the closet and Proud) so how can Yiannopoulos be “homophobic or transphobic or sexist”? I also do not understand how Yiannopoulos can be “racist or ableist” (I guess that the latter means Anti-People (or Pro-Persecuting People) with Disabilities (like people in wheel chairs, people with Downs syndrome, etc.). What exactly has Yiannopoulos said publicly in which he expresses these opinions? Inquiring minds …

  • James Kim

    The whining cry babies throwing a fit everytime something doesn’t go there way or they hear a disagreement under the guise of hate speech and bigotry. Go into the real world kids and stop playing house in your little bubbles.

  • kmdavisjr

    A DePaul professor resigned over Yiannopoulos’ visit. In her letter she maintained that the idea of free speech is “delusional” Today we remember Americans who actually died for the right to her “delusion”. It is very sad commentary on the state of what passes as rational or logical discourse at Depaul. Really America, we CAN do better.