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The high school's Facebook lists Mitchell as a graduate. It's unclear how the private conversation was made public, but online outrage ensued soon after screen captures of the messages were shared across social media platforms.
Many credited Twitter TechStudents1, as the originator but that profile has since been deleted. Ethan Smith, the school's executive IFC vice president, issued a statement about the council's former president. This reprehensible language has no place in within our organizations, schools, or society," Smith said in a statement issued prior to Mitchell's reation.
The Interfraternity Council is committed to making sure that a thorough investigation into these comments is conducted hcat that those responsible are held able. Texas Tech University is proud of the diversity and rich cultures that make up our community.
These insensitive and racially charged messages do not reflect the core values of this institution. of her stories here.
Faceboook, Twitter screengrabs Show More Show Less Texas Tech University has issued a statement condemning a "Frat Chat" filled with racist comments after the conversation, which included suggestions to shoot immigrants for "sport," was made public Thursday. In what appears to be a GroupMe chat, at least six users, including Kyle Mitchell, president of the school's Interfraternity Council at the time, exchanged numerous messages about how they felt immigration at the Texas-Mexico border should be handled.
In their scenario, members of the chat would grant amnesty to cooks, gardeners, housekeepers and construction workers. The high school's Facebook lists Mitchell as a graduate.