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    AnonymousNov 20, 2015 at 12:48 AM

    Get over it. We are all in college, if someone was offended they should of left.

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    AnonymousNov 18, 2015 at 11:06 PM

    As an attendee, what occurred was truly shocking. I’m ashamed that no one, not even myself, stood up to say, “Hey, this might be too far,” until after the fact, especially when the looks on the faces of the unfortunate participants clearly indicated discomfort and disbelief. A voluntary person would have participated with a smile, not mute horror.

    Gentlemen, remember what you are meant to be — gentle and considerate of others’ boundaries. What was done required an appropriate setting, which was obviously not the Comanche room.

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      concernedNov 19, 2015 at 10:42 PM

      What’s amazing is today every one is saying that it’s so horrible but have yet to reach out to speak with the men in question. They have slandered them and taken action against them but yet to reach of to them. The person that did the article never revealed that this was so offensive or there was anything done against the rules or code of conduct. No one has contacted them from the person who was so offended, the Dean, student affairs, the person who was. Feels sexually harassed. These are strong accusations that are assuming there was intent. This an opportunistic witch hunt. The process and system they allows such strong and damming accusations without allowing these young men to defend themselves or even have a voice in there own defense is cowardly and unamerican!

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        Brianna SheenNov 21, 2015 at 7:06 PM

        Actually, the reporter did attempt to contact the men in question. They reached some of them but the men wouldn’t disclose the contact information for the other man. The reporter also did speak to one of the girls from the event who did not want to get further involved. The reporter did their research and tried to reach out to everyone involved, but if people don’t want to talk, that’s their right. The story still deserves to be told and people can decide for themselves how to feel about what happened.

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