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OSU-OKC President "Sickened" By SAE Video

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Tuesday afternoon Oklahoma State University-OKC President Natalie Shirley released a statement regarding the SAE video.

"I know I speak for everyone at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City when I say that we are all sickened by the recent video that has been posted on social media regarding unacceptable language used by a University of Oklahoma fraternity. I applaud OU's swift response to addressing this matter.

"OSU-OKC's administration will not tolerate any racist or bigoted behavior by anyone on our campus. We are reaching out to our student organizations to continue the open-door policy to which I am firmly committed. Plus, as has always been the case, to any student, faculty or staff member who has questions, comments or suggestions on how to protect the rights of everyone we serve, my door is always open.

"OSU-OKC remains unwavering in its efforts to provide Oklahoma City a richly diverse university that embraces and celebrates everyone." 

3/9/2015 Related Story:President Boren: OU Has Zero Tolerance For Racism

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