Statement in support of student activism
Ripon College Admission released the following statement in support of peaceful protest among students and applicants:
Ripon College supports the rights of any student to engage in civil discourse and dialogue, including peaceful protest. Participation in such activities and any disciplinary sanctions that may or may not follow will in no way jeopardize the status of admission for any student at Ripon College.
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