The College Fix thecollegefix.com 22 Dec, 2020 07:45 am

Texas A&M apologizes to pro-Trump student over investigation

Texas A&M apologizes to pro-Trump student over investigation
There was no issue with the signs being posted, only with the inappropriate removal by others.'

“The Student Conduct Office was in direct contact on Friday, Dec 4, with the student leader to sincerely apologize,” according to campus officials.A letter sent to student Dion Okeke from the Student Conduct Office had required him to attend a meeting regarding the signage incident, which took place Nov.3 letter to Okeke, on official Texas A&M letterhead, stated in bold lettering: “You are required to contact the Student Conduct Office … to set up an appointment.Failure to contact the Student Conduct Office … may result in an administrative hold being placed on your registration.

” If Okeke did not attend the meeting, the letter went on, he would be violating university rules, “resulting in the possibility of Student Conduct Code charges being brought against you.” In a statement widely circulated by Texas A&M officials, they stated that a “standard letter template used by the Student Conduct Office (SCO) to contact the President of the Students for Trump at TAMU (@sft_tamu) to ask for a meeting for information about signs stolen from them failed to state that neither the student leader nor the student organization – the victims – were under investigation.

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