Following the “traditional” start of Prairie View A&M’s homecoming weekend in which students participate in streaking across campus and now jumping into the newly crafted pond, the school’s associate vice president of student affairs Dr. Miron P. Billingsley is calling for a ban of current student homecoming related activities for at least three years.

According to the PV Panther, Billingsley said he was “embarrassed” by the actions of students following Gospel Fest which resulted in 15 flipped carts, four assaulted police officers, four injured students, broken library glass and thousands of dollars in damage.

“I am suggesting eliminating events for students, what happens Sunday through Monday, but keep all alumni events on the weekend because I don’t think the student’s behavior warrants us giving them things,” said Billingsley.

The school has suffered image wise due to multiple student incidents including the famed “PV Right Hook” which originated on the noted viral website WorldStarHipHop as a fight that occurred in the MSC.

[via PV Panther]

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