TCU Punishes Student for Offensive Tweets

July 30, 2015

By Tim Roberts at CW

FT. WORTH — You hear it all the time: watch what you post on social media! Well, Harry Vincent, a sophomore at TCU has learned an extreme lesson in how a simple tweet can cause a massive headache.

“About a week before finals week, I received an e-mail from the campus life Dean’s Office at TCU stating that I had allegedly violated the student code of conduct,” recounted Vincent.

The violation? Apparently, these controversial tweets.

TCU Student’s Controversial Tweets

A Tumblr blogger got ahold of them and encouraged folks to complain to TCU because of what was said. And now the school has handed down harsh punishments.

“I can return to TCU strictly for academic purposes. I can go to class, go to the library and then I’ll have to go home, and home cannot be on campus,” Vincent explained. “No football games, not allowed to use the gym, the rec center. I’m not allowed to eat in the dining hall. She made it very clear that I was not to set foot into a residence hall...

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