The OU above refers to Oklahoma University, not the Orthodox Union.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon students who exercised their free speech in a vile and despicable manner deserve some consequence for their actions.
If a reference to lynching blacks does violate the code of conduct they agreed to upon matriculation, then the school is within its right to expel them.
Likewise, University of New Mexico resolution 65 banning “prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force” is in order if Muslim students are unjustly silenced or physically threatened.
This delicious sauce served over goose should be just as tasty on the gander.
Disciplinary action needs to be taken and prejudice be similarly banned whenever free speech, political expression, physical safety, emotional well being, and gosh darn anything that might hurt feelings are experienced by any one of the following groups:
especially if anything derogatory is said about their collective religions.
I didn’t include atheists, let God protect them.