School suspends Christian student who challenged Muslim prof who said Jesus’ crucifixion is a hoax
He was subsequently called to the dean’s office to discuss his actions, which Polston said the dean claimed were making campus “unsafe.”
“They made it clear that they had not gotten a report about what the student said, and were more concerned about the danger I was causing to the campus. What danger? A difference of opinion in a college classroom is nothing out of the ordinary and certainly not dangerous,” Polston told the Post. “The bad grade was upsetting, but they were literally refusing to acknowledge the dangers posed by someone who advocated chopping off body parts on campus.”
In a letter obtained by the Post, Rollins College wrote to Polston on March 24 informing him that he was suspended from school. The college alleged that Polston is a “threat of disruption” and is “jeopardizing the safety and well-being” of the college, other students and himself.
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