Following a student’s anti-Semitic outburst on Facebook, UCLA officials will not consider suspension or other disciplinary action.

Daily Bruin reports.

Vice chancellor criticizes student’s anti-Semitic Facebook comments

A UCLA official criticized anti-Semitic comments made by a UCLA student on Facebook in an email statement sent to the student body Wednesday.

Janina Montero, vice chancellor for student affairs, sent the email after a pro-Israel group on campus condemned an undergraduate student for a series of comments posted on the Facebook status of Jewish actress and UCLA alumna Mayim Bialik.

UCLA spokesman Ricardo Vazquez said the vice chancellor’s decision to send out emails is made on a case-by-case basis, and Montero felt this incident rose to a level that warranted the email.

In the comments, the student called Jewish people “troglodyte albino monsters of cultural destruction” and “capitalist colonizers.”

The student did not respond to several requests for comment for this article.

Vazquez said the university will not pursue disciplinary action because the First Amendment protects individual’s private speech.

In the email statement, Montero urged students to treat others with compassion and to not stereotype other identities.