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Discriminatory posters crop up, Schulz reiterates WSU’s support

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This sign was found by students on Library Road, and was torn down along with many others like it.

This sign was found by students on Library Road, and was torn down along with many others like it.

This sign was found by students on Library Road, and was torn down along with many others like it.

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Fliers distributed around campus Tuesday, calling for U.S. citizens to turn in illegal immigrants, prompted WSU President Kirk Schulz to post on Twitter that the university supports its undocumented students.

The fliers read, “A notice to all citizens of the United States of America, it is your civic duty to report any and all illegal aliens to U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement; they have broken the law.”

Schulz responded with a tweet saying, “At WSU we want an environment that is welcoming for everyone and we continue to remain very supportive of our undocumented students.”

Schulz’s post is similar to previous statements in which he said that WSU does not provide information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement unless required and that the university administration supports undocumented students and their education.

Reporting by Dan Doucet

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