At SUNY-Geneseo: Make Naked Peace Signs, Not War

With temperatures barely hitting 50 degrees, 18 SUNY-Geneseo students formed a human peace sign on the campus lawn.

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With temperatures barely hitting 50 degrees, 18 SUNY-Geneseo students formed a human peace sign on the campus lawn. Naked. Really naked (see the pic).

More than 100 onlookers came to look (gawk?) at what one unadorned participant called "an artistic expression of what's important," the Lamron reports. Said the event organizer: "For people to step out of their comfort zone...really proves that they're committed to peace."

Apparently indifferent to indecent exposure laws, the school's dean of students voiced his support for the demonstration: "As far as I can tell, it's protected political expression. We have a group of students who want to take a stand on something—I'm supportive of that."