And yet they survived.
Via Campus Reform:
Students at Princeton University are outraged over an online job listing advertising a position with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The controversial listing was featured on Handshake, a third-party recruiting platform provided to students by Princeton’s Career Services.
The Daily Princetonian reported last week that while the job posting is not new, students are now finding it objectionable given President Donald Trump’s policy on family separation.
The commander-in-chief signed an executive order late last month to end the separation of families at the US-Mexico border after the issue gained nationwide attention and criticism from the political opponents of the current administration.
According to the Princetonian, several Hispanic students discovered the job posting and found it controversial in light of Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
Eva Kubu, the interim executive director of Princeton’s Career Services, told the newspaper that the job listing was originally posted by Handshake in the fall of 2017.
Samuel Santiago, a student at the school, came across the listing in late June, proclaiming in a Facebook post that “Handshake is helping ICE recruit Princeton University students to become Border Patrol Agents.”