(THE COLLEGE FIX) -- Calling the police at an elite university is tantamount to threatening the life of the person who sparked your call, or so we’re told.
When Yale student Sarah Braasch called campus police upon finding a stranger sleeping in the lounge next to her dorm room – the only one on the remote top floor – she was harassed so badly she fled the university. (The stranger turned out to be a black student, but that wasn’t obvious in the dark.)
Harvard activists cried racism when the municipal police responded to a call about a naked student in the road who was possibly hallucinating from drugs, who physically attacked them. They got their wish: the black student was not charged, and the officers were investigated.
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