Commandant of @TAMU Cadets apologizes for theft of @BetoORourke signs from @CityofCS residents

10418306_746691105368785_7938150372192968198_nYesterday it came to my attention that a member of the Corps of Cadets had posted a photo of himself on social media with campaign signs that he had taken from people’s yards. We have located that cadet, and he has since returned all the signs and personally apologized to all the homeowners whose signs he took.

This is obviously NOT what we expect of our cadets, and we take such matters very seriously. The Aggie Honor Code states that “An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do.” This was an obvious violation of the Aggie Honor Code, and will be addressed accordingly through the Student Conduct process.

On behalf of the Office of the Commandant and the Corps of Cadets, I want to apologize to all who had campaign signs taken from their homes by one of our cadets. This does not reflect the values of Texas A&M and the Corps of Cadets, and we regret that a member of our Corps was involved in this incident. We hope that those affected will accept the apologies of the Office of the Commandant and the cadet involved.

Commandant, Corps of Cadets, Texas A&M University
Commandant of Cadets

Student at @TAMU / @AggieCorps member called out for stealing @BetoORourke signs from @CityofCS lawns, returns them, apologizes >>

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2 thoughts on “Commandant of @TAMU Cadets apologizes for theft of @BetoORourke signs from @CityofCS residents

  1. Commandant: The actions of this cadet go against everything the institution you command is known for. Were he an actual soldier on active duty his actions woul rate a summary court and a BCD would definitely be in his future. As a veteran, myself, it is my own recommendation Cadet Harrell be expelled from the cadet training program and should also be expelled from TAMU for at least one year.

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