University Prof Vows To Call 911 On ROTC

posted on March 25, 2016

An associate professor of creative writing at the University of North Dakota panicked upon seeing ROTC students preparing for rifle drills, dove under her desk and called 911. 

Heidi Czerwiec wrote in a letter to the Grand Forks Herald, “I can barely talk—first, with fear, and then with rage when the dispatcher reports back that yes, in fact, I’ve probably just seen ROTC cadets …”

Czerwiec had previously been notified of the exercises via email; the dispatcher also confirmed it, campus police called to reassure her, and a UND spokesperson even took responsibility for insufficient notification. However, Czerwiec complained that another officer, who called to let her know this would be ongoing, “scolded me for calling 911.”

“So I reply that I guess I’ll be calling 911 for the next couple weeks—and I will. Every time,” she responded, calling on-campus “military maneuvers” inappropriate, unnecessary and irresponsible.

Latest

SDS MAC 2  Tactical Wood
SDS MAC 2  Tactical Wood

Gun Review | SDS MAC 2 Tactical Wood

A good shotgun doesn’t have to be expensive. This one is a good example. It’s affordable, nimble and, perhaps most important, it’s reliable.

This Election Could Determine The Future Of The Second Amendment

The stakes for freedom could not be higher as we head toward this year’s elections. If you value your rights as a gun owner and citizen of the world’s last, best hope for liberty, you cannot afford to be on the sidelines.

Here is What the Justices Had to Say About Bump Stocks

The question before the Supreme Court was whether a semi-automatic firearm equipped with a bump stock should be reclassified by the ATF as a machine gun. Here is what they had to say.

The Armed Citizen® March 1, 2024

True stories of the right to keep and bear arms.

Proof That Sen. Schumer Doesn’t Care About Crime

It is telling that anti-Second Amendment legislators spend no time contemplating the actual causes of crime; instead, they are stuck on repeat. It is therefore our job to talk about what really works.

A Win for the Second Amendment in California

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently rejected California’s request to reconsider a case that challenged the Golden State’s overreach.



Get the best of America's 1st Freedom delivered to your inbox.