De-Densify Cornell’s Ithaca Campus By Expelling Nate Panza ‘24

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melanie sinkler
Jun 28, 2020
black lives matter

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Taylor Haukos
Jun 27, 2020
A good way to have one less racist on your campus. Gave the minimum public apology as does everyone caught after a racist incident. Probably will continue in private.

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Jaycee Blocchi
Jun 27, 2020
Nathan Panza is only sorry that he got caught making hurtful racial remarks. He is a privileged, rich, white male and regardless of any influence he was under at the time (drugs, alcohol, peer pressure), he needs to be held accountable for his actions. He thinks that saying “one hurtful word should not define him for life,” but he was ignorant and disrespectful of any and all Black lives when he CHOSE to participate in being a racist. Expel him.

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Kayley Williams
Jun 27, 2020
Racism is not something that any organization should tolerate.

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Kyla Denwood
Jun 27, 2020
I’m signing this petition because people like Panza receive second chances all the time. Institutions like Cornell need to take a hard stance against anti-black behavior.

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Akbar EL Amin
Jun 27, 2020
If you admitt this confirmed racist to share space with students of color, I hope that you are prepared for the negative impact that Cornell will never get past!, with it's own black students and black America as a uninted people against the scourge of rascism. I am watching very closely as a curious observer.

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Robert Kim
Jun 26, 2020
Racism must be stoped

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Jen Zachary
Jun 26, 2020
I want my daughter and every student on any campus to feel included and safe and welcome. Nothing less should be tolerated.

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Clare Fraser
Jun 26, 2020
As a Cornell alum, it’s shameful to see that Cornell has not already rescinded its offer of admission for this racist student.

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Shelby Haley
Jun 25, 2020
Cornell needs to start supporting their black students and banning the micro aggressions that are CLEARLY done. Stand up for something Cornell.