Coverage on the Compton Cookout (UCSD)


While an investigation into the planning of the party has been launched, students question the delay in direct disciplinary action in response to an event that makes a mockery of Black History Month and blatantly reinforce harmful racial stereotypes.

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4 responses to “Coverage on the Compton Cookout (UCSD)

  1. You real can’t take these uneducated UCSD white trailer trash anywhere. This is what happens when more than one of these guys puts their minds together.

  2. Hate speech can be morally sanctioned but cannot be disciplined by UCSD, which is an arm of the government bound by the U.S. and California Constitutions. There’s no “hate speech” exception to the First Amendment. It’s a little scary that UC Regents would not appreciate that universities are supposed to be free marketplaces of ideas, not any less free than the community at large. Students are not so fragile that they need to be protected from the same harsh words that are freely spoken throughout pop culture and contemporary society.

  3. Adam where is Eve? Where was this eloquent speech you and others keep yapping about? Thats right there was no speech, Just frat boys being frat boy. Time to sanctioned their sorry excuse for a student.

  4. There’s also no Copyright Law exception exception to the First Amendment, Adam. But guess what, somehow those laws are upheld. There shall be no protection of speech that violates someone or a group’s Civil Rights. This may just be opinion, but what those party hosts did and what the Koala has been doing since 1982 are not acts of speech but utterances of alcoholic morons that happened to involve words. Those who were offended by what I just said, come and hold me accountable.

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