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Mizzou Sends Email To Students Regarding "Hateful And/Or Hurtful" Speech

Earlier this week, Missouri President Tim Wolfe resigned from his position, after student protests regarding mounting racial tension on campus reached a critical mass. Tuesday, the school, in response to the situation, blasted out an email to its students, urging them to "call the police" if they witness incidents of "hateful and/or hurtful" speech. 

In the email, which you can read below, students are also urged to take photos of offenders. They note that the school can take "disciplinary action" against individuals regardless of whether they've committed crimes.

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The move is drawing great criticism, for obvious reasons. Here's a synopsis of predictable reaction on social media.

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We'll keep you updated on the situation.