Muslim head coverings banned at Boston pharmacy college

Clothing that obscures the face, namely face veils and burqas, are now banned on the campus of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services. The ban comes after a Muslim alumnus (also the son of a professor) was charged with planning terrorist acts. In the lamest cover-your-ass quote ever, a college spokesperson said the ban "is not directed to any group or individual. It applies to all students and faculty."