UMass Lunatics Expel Students For Not Wearing Masks Outside At Off-Campus Party

Parents of three UMass-Amherst students expelled from the school for not wearing masks at an off-campus party have turned to the media in their quest for the school to answer the question of why the three freshman girls are being treated differently than others at the school.

The three students, who were sent home and banned from in-person classes after the photo surfaced, have been fully cut off from the school’s distance learning program and officially kicked out of school for the semester. One of the parents who spoke to WBZ-TV told a reporter there will be no refund on the $16,000 spent for the semester and the girls will have to reapply to get back into the school. However, the three have missed the housing registration deadline so that part of the UMass experience in 2021-22 is out.

The parents who spoke to the TV station don’t refute that their daughters were at a party and not wearing masks. They’d like an explanation from the school why their daughters were kicked out while members of the national championship hockey team can take part in a parade and not wear masks.

UMass said in a statement: “Students received a number of public health messages this semester that emphasized the importance of following public health protocols and the consequences for not complying, and those messages were also shared on UMass social media channels.”

If you think expelling three students for a mask violation sounds like complete lunacy, let’s not forget three months ago when the school announced it was banning outdoor exercise. “Self-sequestration means that students must stay in their residences, both on and off campus, except to get meals, undergo twice-weekly COVID testing, or to attend medical appointments. In addition, to minimize potential spread, students should refrain from travel from campus or outside the surrounding area. Failure to comply with these directives is a violation of the Code of Student Conduct and will result in disciplinary action, which may include removal from residence halls and/or suspension.”

Here comes the full-on lunacy. Under the FAQs section of the “self sequester” order from the school came this gem.

“In the current high-risk operational posture, students are required to self-sequester. This precludes leaving your residence hall for a walk. To get appropriate exercise, please view approved activities such as accessing food and participating in twice-weekly COVID testing at the Mullins Center as opportunities to take walks to support your health.”

That was posted around February 11. By February 13, the school had changed its stance to “You may leave your residence to participate in outdoor exercise.”

Look, here’s how parents should handle UMass. Just don’t send your kid there and support these lunatics who banned leaving a residence hall for a walk until outlets exposed these idiots. Guess what will happen once enough parents fight back against these lunatics? They’ll stop being so lunatic-y.

The hockey team wasn’t expelled from school because it would’ve been a bad look from the administration led by former Congressman Marty Meehan (D) who served in the House from 1993 to 2007. The three girls sent packing were expendable, let’s face it. The hockey team isn’t.

That said, shaming these lunatics via Boston media is a smart play here. The nutjobs who came up with banning students from going on walks should be exposed. The nutjobs who have tortured college students with dumb rules from coast to coast should hear about it for years. And it’s not just in the liberal elite neighborhoods.

They should hear about the case of University of Houston student Dobri Stalev who says he was removed from his position as a resident adviser and lost his housing, meal plan and income after a UH staffer said he was not wearing a mask in the student union. Stalev says he was eating and drinking and espresso. The school didn’t budge. He was out.

The lunatics are going to lunatic. Spend that college money wisely and don’t forget those three girls were expelled for not wearing masks outside, but they could’ve gone into a Massachusetts restaurant to enjoy a 40-course meal and they’d still be in school. Let’s that sink in.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. It might be different if they weren’t freshman. That means they had no prior attachment to the school before Covid started. You had a year to see how these batshit crazy liberals/universities acted and you still sent your kids there. I have sympathy for them because it’s obviously lunacy as noted, but it’s partly their own fault for not knowing better in the first place.

  2. The list of schools you can send your kids to is getting shorter and shorter. Even if parents don’t send their kids to these places, don’t think these institutions will suffer. These colleges are way to important in the woke indoctrination regimen to be allowed to fail. Blue states, especially, will bail them out.

  3. Stories like this make me smile- I live in Mass and Zoo Mass Amurst has the typical leftist hypocritical reputation it deserves. Riddle me this, who do you think these parents supported in Pres Election? Who do you think these girls support? This is the world they want to live in- so own it!🖕🏼

  4. Hey Alex Goldstein,

    The primary reason is that the states and localities need the tax revenues. The secondary reason is that everyone knows the CDC is full of 💩 at this point and that they can be safely ignored.

    You useless GD idiot…

  5. if you are independent or centrist – get the hell out of these psychotic liberal states. Many of these blue states basically don’t even resemble America anymore at all. Forget about freedom of speech (a thing of the past in New England / California ), merely being photographed can be a professional hazard.

    • Take from a guy in Arizona, we don’t want the blue staters to move out of the blue states. When they do, they immediately vote to make us a blue state. I talk to them and they’re all about how terrible it was in California but, they say, you know Arizona realllly needs more social programs to be civilized.

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