This Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 photo shows a poster displayed on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, N.H., to encourage students avoid Halloween costumes that can be seen as racially or culturally offensive. Administrators at some universities across the country are increasingly concerned that certain costumes are becoming flash points in the campus debate over race and culture.
This Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 photo shows a poster displayed on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, N.H., to encourage students avoid Halloween costumes that can be seen as racially or culturally offensive. Administrators at some universities across the country are increasingly concerned that certain costumes are becoming flash points in the campus debate over race and culture. Michael Casey AP
This Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 photo shows a poster displayed on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, N.H., to encourage students avoid Halloween costumes that can be seen as racially or culturally offensive. Administrators at some universities across the country are increasingly concerned that certain costumes are becoming flash points in the campus debate over race and culture. Michael Casey AP