A professor at Texas A&M has been fired and another faculty member has been reprimanded.
The university confirms Archaeology professor Felipe Castro, has lost his tenure and anthropology associate professor Michael Alvard was given a reprimand.
According to the Bryan/College Station Eagle, the moves came following an investigation into their conduct and political commentary.
Last August, Castro made Facebook posts critical of President Donald Trump and members of the Republican Party.
In June, Alvard was arrested for criminal trespass at Texas A&M while protesting the Sul Ross Statue on campus.
A&M Compliance Officer Kevin McGinnis released a statement saying the moves were “prompted by more than one hundred complaints against these professors, some involving misconduct in the classroom. The investigations confirmed significant misconduct and sanctions have been issued.”
Texas A&M officials declined to comment further.