Schwyzer told the Star-News that he met with administrators and legal counsel on Tuesday, and the university told him he had to move the talk into his classroom and close the event to outsiders. The professor said the university's legal counsel told him that he had to move the event because of "public safety concerns," citing a possible protest at the event, according to the story.

PCC Board of Trustees President John Martin indicated that PCC would be making an official statement soon, the Star-News reported.