It also puts RAs in an awkward position because they have to report alleged bias incidents.

The College Fix reports.

University of Michigan intimidated students into signing ‘civility pledge,’ former RA claims

Being a resident adviser in a dorm is like being a snitch in a jail. The snitch doesn’t like it, but he’s getting consideration from the warden.

One former RA from the University of Michigan is blasting the school for intimidating students into giving up their First Amendment rights on campus – and bemoaning her role in it.

Erin Dunne, a former College Fix writer who is now interning for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, wrote Monday about how the school forced its RAs to convince their residents to sign a “civility pledge” that binds them to helping create “an inclusive and safe community”: