Student wrecks pro-life display because it made him ‘angry’
A student repeatedly destroyed a pro-life display at Washington State University last week because it made him “angry.”
Keaton Aspell said he left class Wednesday morning and was disgusted to find a “Cemetery for the Innocent” — 300 pink crosses representing 100 children aborted per day — sticking out of a quad.
“I was like, ‘This is disgusting,’” Mr. Aspell told campus newspaper The Daily Evergreen. “I don’t think it creates any type of unity. I think it just causes divisiveness and they are just pushing their religious agenda, and it really made me angry.”
Students for Life again set up the display, but Mr. Aspell later returned to take it down again.
Nicole Manzione, a member of the pro-life advocacy chapter, said she was forced to call campus police.
University President Kirk Schulz released a statement the next day emphasizing the university’s commitment to free inquiry.