By Mike Wishart
Student reactions to the new policy have ranged everywhere from “disgusting” to “invasive” to “kinda hot.” There is speculation that the new policy will make it easier for university officials to spot wrongdoing. Others believe there are religious motivations to the policy, arguing that if you wouldn’t do something in front of other people, then you shouldn’t do it at all, because God is always watching. The University has yet to say anything further about the policy, and their silence is deafening, not unlike the silence of the federal government regarding the “suicide” of Jeffrey Epstein.
Seriously?!? You expect us to believe that he killed himself under what should have been heavy surveillance? Or that the guards in charge of watching him just forgot that their only responsibility is to check on him periodically?? No cameras on this high-profile inmate at all times?? Or we can talk about the fact that his autopsy points toward homicide as the cause of death, not suicide??? This whole thing is an elaborate cover-up and we need to know by whom. Speaking of cover-up, that’s probably what you’re going to want to do with all the new surveillance around campus.