Are You Kidding? Cornell University Student Government Removes Those Who Voted Against Disarming Police

Differing opinions don’t seem to be recognized on Cornell’s campus

Credit: Kenneth C. Zirkel


Cornell University’s student government removed two representatives who voted against a resolution to disarm the police.

On Dec. 8, Cornell’s student assembly removed Vice President of Research and Accountability Annie Gleiberman for voting against a bill that would disarm the university’s police department. The assembly’s executive committee claims that Gleiberman condoned “acts of racism, physical aggression, and emotional violence” by voting against the resolution.

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