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There are noticeably fewer people walking around the University of Missouri's Columbia campus despite the early-morning arrest of a man suspected of posting online threats against black students and faculty.
The campus green where crowds protested against the administration's handling of racial issues was devoid of students Wednesday morning.
Freshman communication sciences and disorders major Megan Grazman said she was heading to class and felt safe, but that it was clear many students weren't. She said, "There's nobody out. It's a ghost town."
originally posted by: buster2010
So just because a person has interned with a mayor and been to the White House they cannot be racially oppressed? When did racist stop to ask the person if they knew people of power before hurling racial slurs.