Students near Santa Cruz were suspended for wearing white T-shirts for their senior class photo. As one explains, the jocks were going to wear one type of shirt, the girls were going to wear pink, his group of friends--which isn't all white--was going to wear white shirts so they could easily identify themselves in the picture, so they'd stand out.
It's been alleged that they're white supremacists, though, and wearing the white shirts bought them 3 days' suspension.
With no specific actions identified, and certainly no on-campus conduct worthy of suspension, is the mere accusation now all that's needed? They'll miss finals and perhaps graduation, all because someone says they might be racists.
Somehow, I'd think we'd need more evidence of wrongdoing.