ISU Tells Prospective Students Not To Worry About Protest Discipline
(Normal, IL) — Illinois State University is the latest school in the U.S. to tell high school students not to worry about getting in trouble for protesting. ISU tweeted last Saturday that prospective students who are disciplined by their schools for non-violent protests will not be downgraded by university admissions officials. The idea is to support students across the country who plan to walk out of class next week to protest this month’s school shooting that left 17 people dead in Florida. ISU’s tweet said participation in a peaceful protest will not impact admission to the university in any way.
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