Is Columbia University in NYC the next college to experience a wave of protests and walk-outs?

Maybe so. This is what a speaker reportedly said on Thursday during a rally in solidarity with students at Missouri and Yale:


The Frisbee playing students quickly left the lawn after getting called out. From the New York Post:

Hundreds of Columbia students gathered at the South Lawn Thursday, and some speakers heckled bystanders who did not participate.

“Look at those guys playing Frisbee — that is the definition of privilege,” said one speaker.

The students stopped playing Frisbee and left the area.

Also reported at the rally, a chant that included lines of “I love black people who steal” and “I love black criminals”:



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