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Bucknell Condemns Harassment of Gay Students

May 17, 2021
 
 

Bucknell University's president, provost and associate provost for equity and inclusive excellence have condemned the harassment of gay students. In a letter to the campus Friday, they said, "We write to acknowledge and condemn a horrific incident that occurred last night at Tower House, the Fran's House affinity residence and center of student life for our LGBTQ student community, and to state our unequivocal support for all LGBTQ Bucknellians. We are both outraged and sorrowful that the residents endured this violation of the space that is so critically important to them as a community. These actions will not be tolerated."

They added, "It is clear from multiple accounts that the students violated the physical space and, far more importantly, the residents' sense of place and security. Further, it is equally clear that Bucknell Public Safety's response to the incident was lacking in myriad ways."

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