As part of this week’s Homecoming festivities, Crookston High School in Minnesota scheduled an event that encouraged “guys [to] dress in their camouflage and other hunting apparel while girls … show off their animal print,” the Grand Forks Herald reports. Originally dubbed “Prey and Predator Day,” the event was changed to just “Camo Day” after the original description caused a stir among Crookston residents.

"In hindsight and looking at it from a different light, a better decision should have been made," Superintendent Chris Bates said. "People might see it in a different way than it was intended. The change...

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