Remember that time UC Davis pepper-sprayed its students?

The internet sure does… despite the school’s spending lots of public funds to try to make it forget.

According to this article in the Sacramento Bee:

UC Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to scrub the Internet of negative online postings following the November 2011 pepper-spraying of students and to improve the reputations of both the university and Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, newly released documents show.

This article should serve as a quick reminder: If you don’t want to be remembered for doing terrible things, just don’t DO them. Otherwise, get used to your new reputation as a terrible place for parents to send money and children.

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