Kyle Kashuv survived the terrible high school shooting in Parkland, Florida last year, and in the aftermath turned his experience into conservative activism.
He also got admitted to Harvard. But yesterday he revealed on Twitter that the university has rescinded his admission over racist comments he wrote months before the shooting, when he was 16 years old.
In one comment he used the n-word 11 times, and wrote "kill all the bleeping Jews."
We ask: Did Harvard make the right decision, or should the university have accepted Kashuv's apology? Can and should college students be held accountable for their past behavior?
This segment aired on June 18, 2019.