The art exhibit inside a campus library at Rutgers University was sickening – Jesus crucified on a dartboard.
“It is surprising that a state university would allow this,” Rutgers alum Natalie Caruso wrote on her Facebook page on April 20. “I asked them to take it down because I found it disrespectful and they refused. How is this acceptable?”
I reckon in this age of political correctness, university are required to provide “safe spaces” for student artists to commit sacrilege.
At Rutgers, that “safe space” just so happened to be inside the Art Library – in a prominent position near the circulation desk, NJ.com reported.
Why, some youngsters even believe that nailing Jesus to a cross with darts – is funny – a Comedy Central chuckle-fest.