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USC bans pro-Palestinian valedictorian from speaking at May commencement, citing safety concerns

  • Asna Tabassum, USC's valedictorian, was denied the chance to give a commencement speech due to security concerns, disappointing her.
  • USC Provost Andrew Guzman mentioned that discussions surrounding the valedictorian selection had escalated dangerously, leading to security risks at commencement.
  • Despite maintaining her valedictorian status, USC's decision to cancel Tabassum's speech was criticized for empowering hate and censorship, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
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