A Republican student in California who recorded his professor describing President Trump's election win as an "act of terrorism" has been suspended by his college.
The letter did not specify whether the suspension begins this semester or in a future one.
"This is clearly stated in the instructor's course syllabus in addition to the student code of conduct".
An OCC spokesman did not immediately return a request for comment Wednesday. One of the most frightening things for me and most people in my life is that the people creating the assault are among us. "It's an act of terrorism".
"Our nation is divided". It is not some stranger from some other country coming and attacking our sense of what it means to be an American and the things that we stand for, and that makes it more painful because I'm sure that all of us have people in our families and our circle of friends that are part of that movement and it is very hard.
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It is not my intent to offend the many Trump supporters that are a regular part of the afternoon audience of our show on WWL. They are the majority of sanctions imposed in the last months of Barack Obama's presidency.
The student's professor, Olga Perez Stable Cox, was caught on video calling Trump a "white supremacist". The video was posted shortly afterwards where it soon went viral. The views expressed here are not those of Voice of OC.
Fred Whitaker, chairman of the Republican Party of Orange County, denounced O'Neil's suspension.
"There are no winners here", he said.
Cox told the Post that if she could make her comments again, she wouldn't change her language.
"We're really back to being in a civil war", the psychology professor said as O'Neil and others listened from their desks.
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"Now, at 66, I'm paranoid", she said in December.
OCC recently posted signs in its classrooms reminding students that "video and/or audio recording without instructor permission is prohibited".
Flanked by his attorney and students who came out in support, Caleb O'Neil, 19, spoke publicly about his experience for the first time during a news conference at the Costa Mesa college.
The professor said "we" - but O'Neil thought otherwise. "It's unfair for the teacher to be secretly recorded".
"College is a place to grow and learn how to engage in a world that has diverse and challenging opinions", English professor Gary Hoffman told the station "As professors our job is to support students to think critically, be resilient, and learn how to form and articulate opinions". "They've completely sided with the teacher at the expense of the rights of a student", Becker said.
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"I don't think he should be suspended", Cruz added. Sympathetic students escorted her to class, anxious about her safety. That said, O'Neil is facing punishment on account of OCC's written policy.