He is on track to finally graduate from college in the fall of 2018.
He also joined a fraternity (he was the only black member), played guitar in a campus jazz band, and tutored jazz guitarists at a local high school. “I can never come back here.” Her friend started teasing her, asking how it had gone. Just before Thanksgiving, according to a federal lawsuit filed against the university by Bonsu’s attorney, Brett Lampiasi, R. went to the dean of students and filed a complaint against Bonsu. The police investigated and closed the case with no charges filed.M., protesting his innocence, and describing his treatment as discriminatory and unlawful.The student who received the email forwarded it to the group’s listserv, adding a note about spreading the news in order to organize a rally on Bonsu’s behalf.His mother and an uncle drove up from Maryland to help him appeal his restrictions, but were largely unsuccessful.He reached out to a student group that helps minority and other underrepresented college students, explaining in an email what had happened with R.