Students Speak Out After White Supremacy Stickers Found At WSU
OGDEN, Utah – Students at Weber State University are upset after finding white supremacy stickers around campus.
According to the Standard Examiner, the incident happened toward the end of March.
School authorities removed the stickers as soon as they were notified.
Some student leaders are saying they’d like to see a greater commitment to diversity and multiculturalism on campus.
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