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SGA adds to denunciation of peer’s comments


The Student Government Association has repudiated “xenophobic comments” made by a student against members of the Asian and Asian American communities, which “directly contradict and demean the values of Pennsylvania College of Technology and misrepresent the Penn College student body.” In passing the resolution introduced by Ethan M. McKenzie, a software development and information management major and senator-at-large for diversity and community engagement, SGA joins President Davie Jane Gilmour in strenuously condemning the recent online remarks.  The full text of SGA’s weekend action: SGA resolution

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