MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Ball State University's student government president is resigning after he wrote Twitter posts with degrading comments toward Chinese people and culture.
Malachi Randolph apologized Wednesday for the comments he posted a day earlier to his personal account. Randolph tells The Ball State Daily News (http://bit.ly/14tqha7 ) he was stressed and frustrated with his boss, who is Asian.
Randolph has since deleted the tweets.
Randolph took office in April as Student Government Association president at the 18,000-student campus in Muncie.
Ball State spokesman Tony Proudfoot says Randolph doesn't face any disciplinary action because his comments didn't violate any laws or university policies.
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