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Boren expels students connected to Sigma Alpha Epsilon's racist video

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"It's hard work building a family… but we're going to finish the task." President Boren holds a press conference to let people following the issue where the university stands on it and how the students involved with SAE will be dealt with.

In a statement released through his Twitter account, OU President David Boren announced that two students "identified as playing a leadership role" in Sigma Alpha Epsilon's racist chant video have been expelled from the university.

The two students were not identified in the release.

Read his full statement:

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