Remember the student who filmed his professor called Donald Trump’s win an “act of terrorism”? Well, the previously anonymous student at Orange Coast College (OCC), Caleb O’Neil, has been suspended for a semester for his actions.
Apparently, exposing your professors for their liberal hysteria is a punishable offense.
O’Neil’s professor, Olga Perez Stable Cox, went on a rant the day after the election and even intimidated many Trump supporting students.
In addition to being suspended, however, O’Neil has received a number of sanctions for recording his professor including a mandatory meeting with the Dean of Students before readmission. He’ll also have to produce a written apology along with a three-page, double-spaced essay about why he recorded his professor despite “knowing that it was a violation of the course syllabus.”
In an email obtained by Campus Reform, the Interim Dean of Students Victoria Lugo charged O’Neil with violating Student Code of Conduct.
“Unauthorized recording is a serious violation of the Student Code of Conduct,” Lugo wrote. “This is clearly stated in the instructor’s course syllabus in addition to the student code of conduct. When we spoke, you stated that you felt badly about the things that had happened to individuals as a result of this incident. It is my hope that this experience will lead you to truly think through your actions and the consequences of those actions when making decisions in the future. As we discussed, the conduct process is part of the overall college learning process and I do believe that valuable lessons have been gained from this experience.”
If O’Neil fails to meet the expectations of OCC, he could be expelled.