Tulane Law School finished third in our post about the Top Law Schools of the Year.
Apparently, they took that as a challenge. Some of the law students there decided to throw a little party. From Guanabee:
It’s racist party pics of a bunch of white law students at Tulane University dressing up like Mexican caricatures. It seems last weekend the President of the Tulane Student Bar Association…. attended (or threw?) a party whose theme was “The Border” according to a tipster who attends the same school. These pictures were posted on [her] Facebook profile under the title, “No we will not die like dogs! We will fight like lions!” Because Mexicans are a caricature from The Three Amigos.
Geez guys, if you want to make ATL that badly, you could always just steal another shoe.
I guess some people are not clear on the rules, so let me help those people out. If you are already clear on the rules, please skip right to the jump, to see the blatant rule violations that were posted on Facebook.
Anyway, if you absolutely must dress up as a racial stereotype, you first need to ask yourself:
A) Are you a mascot?
B) Is it Halloween?
If you answer “no” to both questions, then you generally cannot mock other ethnic groups via costume, unless:
1) You’re “one-eighth” of the ethnic group you are mocking and can provide sufficient documentation to that effect upon request.
2) You’re in a play or some other performance piece and can legitimately blame directorial choices for your dress.
3) You’re trying to make a crushingly ironic point about the currently state of world affairs (a/k/a The New Yorker Exception).
But note that if you are applying under the guidelines set forth in subsection three, you can still legitimately be called out by others who aren’t in on the joke.
That is all. Pictures after the jump.