University of Missouri Professor Resigns after Confrontation

Student activists have been protesting racial insensitivity at the University of Missouri, that has led to the resignation of school president Tim Wolfe and most recently assistant communications professor Melissa Click. Click was attempting to limit a school journalist from reporting the protests and was caught on camera shouting at the student telling him to leave campus. The social media storm saw heavy criticism of the communications professor, ironically limiting freedom of the press, and shortly following the announcement of her resignation.