Members of Tufts University's Greek system have been told they could face "serious disciplinary sanctions" - including a possible investigation by the campus police - for wearing Halloween costumes that offend peers or make the campus community "feel threatened or unsafe". But the letter goes on to ominously warn that "there are consequences for wearing an offensive costume". For example, researchers found that in the top 15 costumes are superhero Deadpool, Cinderella, Ariel, and the Frozen characters. Outfits relating to tragedy, controversy, or acts of violence are also inappropriate.
A student organization at the Ohio University has released their latest poster in a campaign against costumes based on ethnic and racial stereotypes.
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Tufts is trying to spin the letter as something "written by students, for students, to encourage a thoughtful and considerate celebration of Halloween". Ms. Christakis wrote in response to guidelines from the university's Intercultural Affairs Committee warning students not to wear "culturally unaware or insensitive" costumes.
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"Some pets tolerate our desire to dress them up in costumes, but many prefer their birthday suits", said Dr. Yvonne Bellay, animal welfare program manager at DATCP.
The post Here are the most popular Halloween costumes in each state - is your costume one of them? appeared first on HelloGiggles. Students can be investigated-perhaps by the police-for the crime of cultural appropriation, but no, this is not a policy.
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At this point, we might as well cancel the holiday. Now, as awareness of the problem grows on college campuses, students, activists, and university administrators have begun to grapple with how to handle it.