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I think they meant should it make a prospective student hesitate to come to Wes
Not any more disgraceful than a Swarthmore student throwing a table over a balcony and hitting a fellow student on the head.
Not like at places like Haverford or Swarthmore, which are basically enclosed park-like fortresses where their administrations can babysit students and protect them from the outside world.