Auburn University SGA passes resolution denouncing discrimination

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Posted: Monday, November 18, 2013 10:32 pm

The Auburn University Student Government Association Senate unanimously passed a resolution promoting community, safety and a respectful campus environment at its regular Monday meeting.

The resolution was originally drafted by student senators Jacob Dean and Sam Wilcox after hearing Auburn University student Emily Kerzin suffered an instance of anti-Semitic harassment in Jordan-Hare Stadium. The resolution approved Monday differed greatly from Dean and Wilcox’s first draft. The original resolution asked that the university create methods to minimize harassment in the stadium and at athletic events in the form of a bias response team, a joint task force and a phone number students could call after an incident occurs.

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