Minnesota university encourages ‘respectful’ Halloween costumes, student told Pocahontas is 'offensive'

Via Campus Reform

  • The University of Minnesota-Duluth’s office of Academic Affairs has encouraged students to pick respectful Halloween costumes this year.
  • UMD’s administration did not lay out guidelines for what costumes could be considered offensive and did not list a punishment for an offensive costume.
  • UMD joins a growing list of other colleges informing students that they need to be respectful when it comes to Halloween costumes.

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