Officials at the Atlanta college, which has an enrollment of more than 14,000, were forced to act after the little crybabies claimed their ‘safe space’ was violated when the messages of ‘hate’ appeared on sidewalks and buildings.
UK Daily Mail (h/t GP) One student even said she ‘feared for her life’ as she thought a ‘KKK rally’ was going on, while others were scared a mass shooting was going to take place and wouldn’t walk alone.
Jim Wagner, president of the 19th century establishment, wrote Tuesday that the students viewed the scrawling as intimidation, and they voiced ‘genuine concern and pain’ as a result.
He set up an investigation after members of the student government wrote to him and slammed the university’s response, prompting a meeting that was shrouded in protests.
Now administrators at the university, which has roughly a 50:50 ratio of white to minority students, want to track down those responsible for the controversial markings.
They have admitted they went against the university’s ‘values regarding diversity’.
But some commentators on the university’s student newspaper website told those affected by the so-called ‘hateful’ graffiti to grow up and accused them of being babies.