Students Take Break From Battling On-Campus Hate To Hate Crosstown Rivals

A student protester brandishes a defamatory sign at the UCLA-USC football game.

LOS ANGELES – Lobbing disparaging remarks at the Trojan student body during the UCLA-USC football game Saturday, students at the University of California, Los Angeles took a three and half hour break from protesting acts of on-campus hate to express animosity toward their crosstown rivals. “The Trojans are a bunch of rich, spoiled brats!” said UCLA first year Michael Pena, embracing the same damaging brand of generalization he was days ago denouncing at a rally. “I would never judge another person based on the color of their skin, but I would judge them based on the color of their uniform. Fuck ‘SC!”  At press time, UCLA students were seen jeering the mounted Trojan mascot to “get off his high horse.”

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