Concordia University The campus security at Concordia University are completely misogynistic. Please keep in mind, I received my primary education and secondary education outside of the police state of Oregon. I hold degrees from prestigious schools in other parts of the world. Here in Oregon, if you are a woman walking around alone (regardless to if you are married or single) you will be targeted by the ‘campus security.’ It does not matter if you are a student, one time visitor, or member of the public. You will be targeted.
When I was standing at a bus stop once, minding my own business, a ‘campus security’ officer came by to ‘check’ on me. I was simply standing there quietly.This is hilarious and childsplay. I have never experienced such surveillance while minding my own business before. Having lived in and visited many states in the United States of America and also having visited and lived in many countries – I can say with certainty that you will not have privacy if your attend or visit this ‘university.’
A different time, I was walking out late at night from a building, when again, I was targeted. The security officer was actually following me, and I made a comment to get him away from me. He took the bait and then tried to talk to me without my permission. This was a very young, white, American male at least 20 years younger than me. So, you are essentially following your ‘mom’ home. This ‘university’ should be the laughing stock of America.
Still, I had a friend with me, and directed the friend to a lounge in the cafeteria building. My friend has a religion which requires wearing a head scarf. The ‘campus security’ targeted and harassed my friend, demanding her ID, and student status. When my friend left on her own accord, they followed her out. So, if you have a visitor, or are a student/guest yourself, part on the street and far away from this building. They will follow you out to your car, mock your religion, in the name of their false ‘safety.’ And, false sense of “I need to know your religion.’
Lastly, I was once in a building when a ‘campus security’ officer walked past me and ‘threw away’ something. He definitely tried to assert his dominance while I was minding my own business. I have never seen any male ‘campus security’ officers follow male students, visitors, or guests around in this manner. Nor any female ‘campus security’ officers follow around male students. Isn’t that something?
It is very interesting, is this not?