"After the University President and the Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement released statements denouncing the event we planed as violating the university's honor code, I spoke with our chapter's members, and they are both concerned that the university will retaliate against them and that the protest against the event could create a safety issue for our volunteers," said YCT-UT Chapter Chairman Lorenzo Garcia.
The polarizing event on campus drew criticism from several groups, including the university, before it even happened.
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