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The director of campus security confirmed staff were aware of Huang’s presence at the university, but said their hands were tied because nothing criminal was observed.“While this individual’s actions are distasteful, we are not aware of any criminality,” Barry Eccleton said in a statement./ AFP PHOTO / Tolga AKMEN (Photo credit should read TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images) " data-medium-file="https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/gettyimages-948009596.jpg?quality=70&strip=all&w=300" data-large-file="https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/gettyimages-948009596.jpg? “Men need to realize the social power that they hold,” she said.“Women are often very scared of these encounters, because there have been women who have been killed for saying no to men’s advances.Both men said they've never encountered a situation like this before in their lives.

Some of his You Tube lessons promise to make his followers able to “Hook Every Girl” or “Pull Any Girl.” Handford-Perronnet said she’s not against men trying to spark up conversations with women they don’t know, but the tone and persistency of the interactions matter.

Fourth-year student Silken Handford-Perronnet said some of the men’s targets complained to security that they were being harassed, but were told there was nothing staff could do.

“They said it would infringe on his rights to remove him from campus,” Handford-Perronnet said.

"I honestly think that anyone would have done it." Berg and Casey are grateful to others in the dorm who came together to help someone in trouble. Things happen when you have a lot of people together," said Casey.

The incident hasn't made them feel different about life at UBC. Berg said it was a shocking situation, but he's still comfortable at UBC.

Some of his You Tube lessons promise to make his followers able to “Hook Every Girl” or “Pull Any Girl.” Handford-Perronnet said she’s not against men trying to spark up conversations with women they don’t know, but the tone and persistency of the interactions matter.Fourth-year student Silken Handford-Perronnet said some of the men’s targets complained to security that they were being harassed, but were told there was nothing staff could do.“They said it would infringe on his rights to remove him from campus,” Handford-Perronnet said."I honestly think that anyone would have done it." Berg and Casey are grateful to others in the dorm who came together to help someone in trouble. Things happen when you have a lot of people together," said Casey. The incident hasn't made them feel different about life at UBC. Berg said it was a shocking situation, but he's still comfortable at UBC. Eighteen-year-olds Adam Casey and Luca Berg are credited with likely saving the life of a young woman who was attacked in her dorm room at UBC's Salish House just before noon on Tuesday. The victim and the attacker were both on the floor.