Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Must not pretend to be Mexicans

WACO - The Kappa Sigma Fraternity and Baylor University have both suspended the Baylor Chapter following what the university has referred to as a racially insensitive event which led to a protest Monday.

Roughly 200 Baylor students gathered at the University's Fountain Mall to peacefully protest the Kappa Sigma fraternity's "Mexican"-themed party, which was held on Saturday.

Photos posted on social media appeared to show students in ponchos and sombreros. One student tweeted party-goers dressed as construction workers, and "one guy did brown face." In response, Baylor Student Halley Yzquierdo shared a "strongly worded letter" to University leaders after someone tweeted her and said "party still going, feel free to join the house cleaners."

In a statement Sunday, Baylor Vice President for Student Life Kevin Jackson called the party "deeply concerning" and said administrators were investigating.



Anonymous said...

More Politically Correct nonsense !!!!

Bird of Paradise said...

Phooie on these universities and their little snowflakes they need to get a life and quit their whining

Anonymous said...

To repeat myself, just get the f... over it already.

If we're going to outlaw any and all cultural appropriation, then we need to restrict denim jeans, hair straighteners, most major sports, on and on and on.

The ultimate, logical outcome for tolerating zero cultural appropriation would be white inventions for white people only. Is that really where the SJW hordes want to go?

Anonymous said...

Let's examine the leftist position on cultural appropriation. I am sure they have crossed the line more often.