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Mizzou Experiences Backlash in Enrollment Resulting From 2015 Protests

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BY:  / the Washington Free Beacon.
Katelyn Caralle is a media analyst at the Washington Free Beacon.

Freshman enrollment at the University of Missouri has fallen by 35 percent since 2015, when racial tensions triggered protests and hunger strikes.

The administration at the University of Missouri—commonly called Mizzou—has publicly stated that the decline in enrollment is a backlash from the 2015 protests and families associating the university with racism and anarchical protests, the New York Times reported.

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