‘PC Police’ Interview College Students About ‘Offensive’ Halloween Costumes

Campus Reform
Written by Campus Reform

The ‘PC Police’ recently visited the University of Maryland to ensure students have a tear-free Halloween and avoid offensive costumes.

With Halloween upon us, millions of Americans are ready to don their favorite costumes and spend the evening in pursuit of free candy and a good time.

At college campuses around the country though, Halloween has become a far less joyous day. In an attempt to prevent students from being offended by the costumes of their peers, Universities are increasingly banning seemingly innocuous outfits.

Everything from ninja or cowboy costumes to Harambe costumes have been shunned because of their “insensitive” nature.

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With this in mind, Campus Reform headed to the University of Maryland to find out what students thought of their limited costume choices, and see how the students there felt about the ‘PC Police’ taking over campus…

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