'Siouxper Drunk' Shirts Spark Campus Controversy

A group of University of North Dakota students wore shirts showing a Native American drinking from a beer bong.
0:59 | 05/13/14

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How much trouble -- and ten T shirts cost plenty first a little back story the mascot of the University of North Dakota. Used to be a fighting -- reference to the Sioux Indian nation. North Dakota has voted overwhelmingly to drop it as racist and demeaning to native Americans this weekend however. Ten students at the university attended the yearly spring fest wearing custom made T shirts that said -- for drunk. An idea found extremely offensive by some fellow students. Started out with anger I was picturing winging green now -- -- turned more into disappointment I like graduate this year and I don't. I don't believe I'm gonna come back day. -- for any graduate studies because I don't I don't like dealing with us. The university president has apologized saying his school has a responsibility to promote respect. No word yet on if the students who wore the shirts will face any disciplinary action.

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