BREAKING NEWS – Columbia, Missouri – The University of Missouri Board of Curators fired a communications professor who was captured on video scrapping with a police officer and a student journalist during campus protests last year. The board voted 4-2 in favor of firing Assistant Professor of Communication Melissa Click, who had been suspended with pay from the school since Jan. 27. She entered the public eye in November when video surfaced of her arguing with a student journalist covering campus protests regarding perceived racial issues. In that video, Click appears to grab the journalist’s camera and then stated “I need some muscle over here” to help get the journalist to leave the area. University of Missouri Board of Curators rejected her argument that the whole thing was a big misunderstanding. She explained that it was lunchtime, and she was buying a hotdog when she noticed that the cafeteria ran out of her favorite topping. She is now alleging what she originally said was “I need some mustard over here!” Click said she also plans on suing the four people that voted for her dismissal, alleging that she was fired because she’s not a vegan.