UPDATE: UNC hides anti-golfing guidelines

Rob Shimshock
Correspondent Editor

  • UNC has password protected its microaggressions guidelines after Campus Reform reported on them last Friday.
  • UPDATE: This article has been updated to include a statement from Employee Forum Chair Charles Streeter.
  • The University of North Carolina has password protected its microaggressions guidelines after Campus Reform reported on them last Friday.

    [RELATED: UNC claims Christmas vacations, golf outings are microaggressions]

    “This blog post does not represent University policy.”   

    Only UNC employees and students with a school ID and password can now access the list.

    The school also added a distancing “Editor’s note” at the top of the guidelines, informing readers that “this blog post does not represent University policy. The piece was compiled from research and published scholarly works in response to Forum members’ interest in the topic of microaggressions.”

    Displayed below is the password protected microaggressions guidelines, along with the Editor’s note.

    UPDATE: Charles Streeter, Chair of the UNC Employee Forum, provided the following statement to Campus Reform explaining the decision to password-protect the page:

    "We have received threatening emails and phone calls about this article and are concerned about the safety of the staff. Some people outside the university have assumed that the Employee Forum makes policy for the university and we do not."

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    Rob Shimshock

    Robert Shimshock

    Correspondent Editor
    Rob Shimshock is the Correpondent Editor for Campus Reform. Prior to joining the team, Rob was a reporter for the Daily Caller. He was also a Campus Correspondent and intern for Campus Reform, reporting on instances of liberal bias and abuse at the University of Virginia and campuses across the country.
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