The University of South Dakota recently considered the name of the "Hawaiian Day" event of a "culturally insensitive" student association, saying that the title violated the school's policy on inclusion
The Law School of the USD Law School changed the name of the event to "Beach Day," according to a report.
"We apologize greatly to those we offended – it was not intentional," the group wrote in a Facebook message to its members, according to the Argus leader of Sioux Falls.
Also, leis, the traditional flower garlands that are usually delivered to tourists in Hawaii, will no longer be distributed at the event, the newspaper reported.
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Michelle Cwach, the marketing director of the university Communications and university relations, told Argus Le. In addition, the interim administration of the law faculty advised the Bar Association not to distribute leis, saying that articles of cultural importance could be considered inappropriate for a university function.
However, the dress code of floral shirts will remain the same. , according to the report.
A leader of the bar association met with the school administration to discuss the matter, according to the report. Cwach said
"It was determined that these are culturally insensitive to the administration after conducting an investigation based on the trial, written by the initial claimant," the group's message said, according to Argus Leader.
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Janelle Toman, a spokeswoman for The College Board of Regents described the matter as an "isolated instance"
" The Board of Regents does not have a review of the university social events of the entire system, and we have no plans to do so, "he told the newspaper in an e-mail.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.