Don’t ask, don’t tell may be in our future

Nov. 15, 2010

Cherise Fantus
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UCCS is considering instituting its own “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Since the policy has been so successful for the military for the past 17 years, the administration thinks it might be just as successful at UCCS. Chancellor Pat Shocker-Zanzabar thinks that it might make students more attentive. “They won’t be distracted, worrying if the boy next to him has a secret gay crush,” she said. If the policy is approved, the MOSAIC office will be closed down, and rainbows will be banned from campus. Students who feel the need to share their sexual identities will be transferred to CC.