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4 Comments

  1. Dave 14th October 2014 at 1:46 am

    Well this article is just about the least logical thing I’ve had the misfortune to read. The act of making generalisations is the root of racism and you blatantly employ it against students of another university; blaming many for the words of two people just because they happen to attend the same university, particularly one the size of Edinburgh. The words of John Jull are witless and unoriginal in equal measure, not only cringe-worthily lame but extremely uncalled for. It is as offensive to perpetuate this stereotype of Edinburgh students as it is to refer to Napier as a lesser version of Edinburgh. This article should condemn racism, but rather it glazes over it and uses it as an excuse to demonise students based solely on their choice of academic institution. The writer should be ashamed. How this got past any editorial staff is beyond me, even by the Tab’s standards. Please remove this before you have to make a formal apology.

    • Guest 14th October 2014 at 1:50 am

      Yeah this article is as discriminatory as those two girls, and this is coming from a Napier student!

  2. Dave 14th October 2014 at 1:51 am

    Well this article is just about the least logical thing I’ve had the misfortune to read. The act of making generalisations is the root of racism and you blatantly employ it against students of another university; blaming many for the words of two people just because they happen to attend the same university, particularly one the size of Edinburgh. The words of John Jull are witless and unoriginal in equal measure, not only cringe-worthily lame but extremely uncalled for. It is as offensive to perpetuate this stereotype of Edinburgh students as it is to refer to Napier as a lesser version of Edinburgh. This article should condemn racism, but rather it glazes over it and uses it as an excuse to demonise students based solely on their choice of academic institution. The writer should be ashamed. How this got past any editorial staff is beyond me, even by the Tab’s standards. Please remove this before you have to make a formal apology.

  3. Thomas 14th October 2014 at 11:00 pm

    There’s no racial discrimination here…

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