Kyle Kashov, the conservative survivor in Parkland and the activist for the second time, says Harvard has revoked his recognition after the recent appearance of annual remarks he calls "offensive," "idiotic," and "inflammatory," but formulated before the mass shooting – he thinks he made him a different person.
The 18-year-old man reveals Twitter's cancellation on Monday – along with pictures of letters that appear to have been written on the Harvard Letter. He also spells the steps he says he has taken to "correct that wrong" with the Ivy League school, which he said he planned to attend in 2020 after he had taken a year off.
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Harvard officials told Fox News that they did not publicly comment on the status of the candidacy, but Kashu wrote the letter Harvard sent him on June 3rd.
The Committee has discussed in detail the narrative of the messages we have been asking for, and we appreciate your honesty and your expressions or the regret of sending them, "the letter wrote. "As you know, the Committee takes seriously the qualities of maturity and moral character, and after careful consideration the committee has voted to lift your admission to Harvard College."
Kashuv apologized both to the public and to Harvard last month after being reported to have become a racist.
He said the comments were made "long before the shooting" in the school, leaving 1
A letter that Ka UV posted on Twitter, Harvard came to him on May 24, noting that they have the right to cancel the proposals for admission and requested a "full accounting of all these statements, you wrote" a written explanation of his actions.
Kashuv responded with a letter apologizing for his comments and said he had taken responsibility for the "painful things I wrote two years ago."
The intention was never to hurt someone, but to you will do it immediately, "he writes. "I also feel that I am no longer the same person, especially after the shooting of Parkland and everything that has happened since then." Kashuv said he had asked for a private meeting to discuss what had happened, which he said that Harvard refused.
"Harvard has decided that someone can not grow, especially after an event that changes life, such as shooting, is deeply concerned," Kashuv said: "If an institution needs to understand growth, that's Harvard, "
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Kashuff said he had handed out" tremendous scholarships "to go to Harvard" and is not sure what he will do in the future , as "the deadline for accepting other college offers is over."
"I really do not know what will happen," as for Fox News on Monday. "But I leave all my options open.