University of Texas Law Students' Party Leads to Disciplinary E-Mail

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The law school's dean didn't like the photos he saw documenting a "ghetto fabulous" theme party, so he sent an E-mail to his entire student body to say so, the Daily Texan reports. "It is genuinely foolhardy to engage in conduct (and even more foolhardy to proudly disseminate proof that you have done so) that could jeopardize your ability to practice law," the dean wrote. Disseminated proof included photos showing first-year students wearing "Afro wigs, large necklaces with medallions, and name tags with fake historically black or Hispanic names while holding 40-ounce bottles of malt liquor," according to the Texan .