Nazi-Style Meetings Prompt Policy Review at Oregon

January 12, 2010

Reports have emerged that meeting space at the University of Oregon has been used for the meetings of an organization with Nazi-style views about Jews and where members have engaged in Nazi salutes. The group holding the meetings has done so for years, but recent reports by those who have attended meetings have angered many. A university spokeswoman said that the group has no affiliation with the university but is able to meet there under a rule allowing emeritus professors to reserve rooms, and an emeritus professor has been doing so. The university is currently reviewing that rule.

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