Dante Anglin, a junior political science and pre-law major and Point Park University basketball player, was put on probation in the 2008-2009 school year for losing his temper at an intramural game off-campus.
His team, composed of student-athletes and hand-picked friends, was playing against a team of all USG members, whose captain was the president of USG, Ryan Deasy.
From Anglin's perspective, when things got out of hand and the game was proven to be unfair, Anglin lost his temper.
Anglin received a notice from the university's judicial board, had a meeting with the director of judicial affairs and then attended a hearing with the board.
Present at Anglin's hearing were three student judicial board members and one faculty staff member.
As a result of the hearing, Anglin was put on probation, meaning that if he was caught doing anything that would result in fines, he would receive other consequences.
Anglin was kept on probation and later was kicked off campus for misusing the sign-in process.
Anglin's case is one of many that represents, from students' perspectives, inconsistencies of the Point Park judicial system