[Ed. – Apart from the abominable behavior of these students, colleges now have career days? Do students’ daddies come in and tell the class about their jobs? Does nap time follow?]
Denisse Moreno Melchor, a University of Arizona student, set off a firestorm Wednesday when she livestreamed her hysterical reaction to the presence of two Border Patrol agents who were invited to speak to a group of criminal justice majors.
It was Career Day and the agents were invited by the university’s Criminal Justice Association. Moreno Melcher, of Glendale, was one of several students involved in a demonstration against the Border Patrol.
Moreno Melchor, listed as a Spanish translation and interpretation major on her Facebook page, disrupted the agents and students while standing just outside the room in which they were meeting.
“I don’t know who allowed the murder patrol,” said Moreno Melchor while filming the agents through the doorway. “They allow murderers to be on campus where I pay to be here. Murderers! On campus. Murderers! On campus.”
She expressed her desire for the university to be free of anyone who might offend a student.