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Stupid College Students Create Blunder By Planning A 'Ghetto' Themed Party

Stupid College Students Create Blunder By Planning A 'Ghetto' Themed Party
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W e all love theme-based parties, don' t we They are the ones which make college life that very special. And the best part, they' re not offensive, like at all until somebody decides to make them downright creepy and idiotic. So, some students at the Fairfield University in Connecticut decided to throw a ' ghetto' themed party and thought it to be okay. Well, was it okay Nope, it was damn stupid.

A group of white students decided to throw a 'ghetto' themed party

A group of white students decided to throw a 'ghetto' themed party

Given their idiotic plan of throwing a ghetto-themed party, the students have landed themselves into tons of trouble.

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They came up with the 'hoods', fake baby-bumps, and some even wore a blackface!

They came up with the 'hoods', fake baby-bumps, and some even wore a blackface!
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Given their idiotic plan of throwing a ghetto-themed party, the students have landed themselves into tons of trouble

And with the photos and videos spreading on the internet, criticism from twitter came following.

And with the photos and videos spreading on the internet, criticism from twitter came following.
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People weren't happy with the bunch of white students mocking African-Americans.

People weren't happy with the bunch of white students mocking African-Americans.
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The other students and administration aren't happy either

The other students and administration aren't happy either
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It is truly disappointing to see my fellow students ... behave in such a manner that mocks (another) race," said Anmol Tabassum, a Bridgeport resident and Fairfield University sophomore.

'The fact that there was even an idea to dress as 'ghetto' is an intrinsically perverted issue'

'The fact that there was even an idea to dress as ‘ghetto’ is an intrinsically perverted issue'
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Joe Harding, a Fairfield University junior from Philadelphia said, "When a party has a theme, the participants are expected to wear a costume. In this case, the partygoers chose to wear clothing and accessories that portrayed their conceptualizations of what it means to be ghetto ... Ghetto is not a term of endearment."

Though some students think the issue is being exaggerated

Though some students think the issue is being exaggerated
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The University Vice President of marketing and communications, Jennifer Anderson is working on the details before taking any disciplinary action against the students.

Students these days!

Students these days!
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