North Carolina State University's Free Expression Tunnel is a place on campus where students can post or paint any message they want. Well, it was. Eileen M. Coombes, director of student involvement, emailed student leaders soliciting their help in keeping an eye out for and painting over any "hate speech or offensive language." The school will even provide them with "State not Hate" stencils to cover up any messages they object to.
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