"Calling the police on a Black student because he is lost in any part of (the Hall of Graduate Studies) and the wider Yale campus is an act of violence," the post states. "Sending four policemen to the Common Room in my resident (hall) because a Black Yale student is lost ... is an act of violence because of the history of state sanctioned executions of faultless Black men, women and children."Sorry, but this does not compute on at least two levels. You would think that somebody who gets into Yale would have a clearer notion of the definition of the word "violence." It's pretentious nonsense to compare the fact that you were inconvenienced and embarrassed to what happened to those who were murdered, raped, or attacked with clubs and police dogs. And their final deduction makes me pretty sure that they aren't majoring in logic.