New Jersey Student Being Investigated For Conduct Violations After Using Trump Background On Zoom Call


A New Jersey student is facing possible disciplinary action after using a photograph of President Trump as a background during an online class Zoom call.

On Friday, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education issued a concerned letter to Stockton University, asserting that doctoral student Robert Dailyda was charged with violating provisions of its campus code after students said they were offended by the image.

A spokesperson for the school confirmed to the Washington Examiner that Dailyda is a student at Stockton University and is involved in a code of conduct case.

“That case is still open and no disciplinary action has been taken,” said Diane D’Amico, the director of news and media relations at the university.

D’Amico said federal student privacy laws prevent the school from disclosing specifics of the case and linked to its codes of conduct page.

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