Boren called SAE “disgraceful” and charged members with having “misused their free speech in such a reprehensible way,” as well as having “violated all that we stand for.” I’ve disclosed more than once for this website that I am a proud Texas Longhorn and that I bleed burnt orange; like any good UT alum, I’ll tell you anytime that “it’s X time of day and OU still sucks.” I am never going to write a take that criticizes Texas for being a crazy conservative loony-land full of garbage people, because much of the time it’s an inaccurate characterization.
At times like this, of course, it certainly doesn’t seem that way.
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Fliers with the statement “Why White Women Shouldn’t Date Black Men” have been circulating around the school with university officials taking aims to address the matter.
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Over 1,000 UT students petitioned to have Fiji punished for the “border patrol” event, sparking a university investigation that ultimately resulted in UT’s decision not to take punitive action against the fraternity.
In a statement on its official Twitter account last month, the university offered up only a political response, saying: “While the behavior doesn’t mirror UT core values, it’s within students’ right to freedom of speech at private off campus event.” This is essentially the opposite approach OU took on Monday, when university president David Boren issued a strong statement condemning the school’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and severing ties with the fraternity for its racist behavior.