It's a very frightening symbol," Lash told WWLP-TV, Springfield, Mass.
Predictably, it ends up as an uneasy mixture of all the above.
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'In the current environment of escalating hate-based violence, we made the decision to fly Hampshire's U. flag at half-staff for a time while the community delved deeper into the meaning of the flag and its presence on our campus,' he wrote in the statement.
'After some preliminary consultation with campus constituents (much more is needed), we decided on Friday that we will not fly the U. flag or any other flags on our college flagpole for the time being.
That discussion, prompted by suggestions from some students at the liberal arts college that the flag was emblematic of racism, discontent over the 2016 presidential election and other examples of societal division, drew an angry but civil response from other students, as well as local residents. 18, when Jonathan Lash, college president, ordered it removed to "enable discussion" about the anger felt on campus following the election.
flag on campus Friday weeks after it was removed to facilitate a discussion of its symbolism, school officials said. A replacement flag was installed at half-staff until Nov.
When we asked what made them feel that way, they had no concrete answers and the comments about us from a small group of people were deleted from the Facebook wall,” Moses told FOX411.
“Our band was extremely excited to play, and although race shouldn’t even be an issue here, we are not an all-white band.
Hampshire College is a private liberal arts college in Amherst, Massachusetts, which was opened in 1970 as an experiment in alternative education.