College Student Suspended After Saying “Black Women Are Not Hot”

December 18, 2015

By Staff at Clutch Magazine Online

Colorado College suspended a student for six months over a single “anonymous” comment he made on Yik Yak, a social media discussion thread app that allows users to post anonymously within a geolocated boundary.

Thaddeus Pryor, a junior at the school, was removed from campus last month because one of his remarks violated the college’s policies against “Abusive Behavior” and “Disruption of College Activities.” His offense, which he admitted to, was replying to a post tagged “#blackwomenmatter” with, “They matter, they’re just not hot...

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