Dozens of theater college college college students at Coastal Carolina University are protested attending packages and are calling for a professor’s removal from the varsity over “racially insensitive” strategies. 

“Non-white students’ names were written on a board and categorized by their specific race,” theater pupil Kelis Herriot talked about of the incident on the college, explaining the dearth of context involved completely totally different college college college students when they seen the names on the board, according to WPDE

“It made us feel isolated from the department,” Herriott added. 


The state of affairs unfolded after names appeared on a classroom board following a professor who talked about she was working with two Black college college college students and discussing their frustrations. 

“I was working with two Black students after class was over and I was listening to their frustration and isolation,” talked about artist-in-resident Dr. Susan Finque. “One of the students jumped up and started writing names on the board. The stupid thing I did was we left that room and did not erase that board.”

Other college college college students then obtained proper right here into the classroom and thought their mates have been being singled out. 

An electronic mail chain was then customary regarding the incident, and college college college students took concern with one totally different professor, Dr. Robert Earnest of the theater division, and one of the simplest ways he responded to the state of affairs. 


“I don’t think it’s a big deal,” Earnest talked about contained in the emails, which have been examined by ABC15. “I’m just sad people get their feelings hurt so easily. And they are going into theatre?”

Students protested attending packages on Monday in response to the incident and are calling for him to be fired. 

“We are calling for his suspension and a case to be brought against him for removal from the institution,” Herriott talked about. 

Both Earnest and Finque have apologized, with Earnest saying he “had no idea it would blow up like this.”

“I just sent a letter of apology to the DEI committee. My comments were not directed at BIPOC students. Evidently, there was an issue of a list of students that was posted that caused some confusion,” he talked about.

“I then made an insensitive comment asking them to move on from it. I had no idea it would blow up like this.”

The college launched a press launch saying, “leadership of the University and of the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts are aware of the complaints that some of our theatre students have communicated. We are working to establish the most appropriate path for resolving their concerns.”

A college spokesperson advised Fox News that there have been no updates on the matter as of Tuesday .