Conservative Texas Christian University student suspended for ‘racially offensive’ tweets about Islam, the Baltimore rioters and Mexicans

Harry Vincent

A Texas Christian University student has been disciplined after posting online comments seen as racially offensive about current events, including rioting in Baltimore and the rise of the Islamic State, according to TCU officials.

TCU said Harry Vincent, a 19-year-old sophomore, violated two Student Code of Conduct provisions concerning ‘infliction of bodily or emotional harm’ and ‘disorderly conduct’ with his social media rants.

As a result, Vincent has been suspended from all extracurricular activities for one year, such as college football games, and can no longer live on campus or use non-academic facilities, such as the cafeteria and recreational center.

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1 thought on “Conservative Texas Christian University student suspended for ‘racially offensive’ tweets about Islam, the Baltimore rioters and Mexicans”

  1. I think we take being politically correct too far. While I might agree or disagree with what someone says, I do not intimidate people to only say what is politically correct. I suggest these highly qualified people need to reconsider what is constitutional freedom of speech and what is not. I can understand image. This is not the image an university needs.
    If I had a student I was supporting at this place, I would remove them, and then send them to a place with a better atmosphere.

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