BOSTON, Massachusetts (PNN) - September 6, 2020 – It’s been no secret that only a couple weeks into the start of the fall semester, colleges across the Fascist Police States of Amerika are shutting down in-person classes mere days after starting back up, as recently happened with the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
Schools have imposed strict measures while threatening severe punishments for hosting or even attending parties on or off campus, as they’re considered potential COVID-19 “super spreader” events. In some instances schools are actually threatening expulsion.
Students are complaining that their high price tag college experiences are turning into “isolation prisons”, yet schools in many cases continue to collect full tuition and fees while depriving the students of their basic rights to assemble with others.
Now one major college - Northeastern University - is driving headlines after making good on its “max punishment” threat, and all the while pocketing students’ full tuition after they were accused of “violating social distancing protocols”.
Apparently some students were caught in a gathering deemed by the fascist university officials who discovered them as a “party”. The “party” apparently consisted of eleven people total in the room, and they all happened to be housed in the same building:
The students - along with their families - were notified Friday that they've been suspended from the school effective immediately, and have further been ordered to vacate the hotel within 24 hours. The Westin, which lies less than a mile from the campus, was reportedly being used to house over 800 students who stayed two to a room.
In particular it’s part of a program called N.U.in Program, described as a “study-abroad experience for first-year students.”
Critics of the school’s harsh punishment say the international students’ actions can't even be deemed as part of an “off campus party”, but instead it’s tantamount to students simply being gathered in a dorm room.
Senior vice chancellor for student affairs at Northeastern, Madeleine Estabrook, issued a statement underscoring there’s a zero tolerance policy for protocol violators.
“Cooperation and compliance with public health guidelines is absolutely essential. Those people who do not follow the guidelines - including wearing masks, avoiding parties and other gatherings, practicing healthy distancing, washing your hands, and getting tested - are putting everyone else at risk,” according to the school publication.
Particularly outrageous and perhaps why the story is going viral online is that the school is keeping the now expelled students’ full tuition, despite the program of all international newcomers being a mere week or so in session.
That means the school has pocketed each student's $36,500 they already forked over. N.U. officials have confirmed and emphasized to local media there will be no refunds.
That is over $400,000 in total that the university is keeping from the students, who momentarily emerged from the school-imposed isolation of their rooms in order have actual human-to-human contact.
Meanwhile, out of 36,000 coronavirus tests conducted so far, there have only been 20 positive cases on the campus.
Ed. Note: Sue the bastards! Students who have been treated this way should get together to mount a class action lawsuit against the universities that have engaged in this lawless behavior. At the very least they will get their tuition returned to them.