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Man chains himself to the Stallions

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Two Word chained himself to the Fighting Stallions on Feb.5 as part of what he claimed to be an art installation.

Photo by Jakob Rodriguez | Assistant News Editor

A man claiming to be Texas State alumnus chained himself to the Fighting Stallions on Monday morning as part of what he claimed to be an art installation.
According to the individual going by the name Two Word, he is a Navy veteran and 2015 Texas State graduate with a major in history and minor in political science who is now homeless.
“I’m part of the art installation,” Word said. “You figure it out.”
Two Word prepared for the art installation by bringing a bucket if he should need to relieve himself. UPD proceeded to instruct him not to do so while remaining in the vicinity.
As the morning progressed, students joined Two Word.
When asked about the Pan African Action Committee’s march to submit petitions for student body President Connor Clegg’s resignation, Two Word did not confirm if his art installation is related to the protest that is scheduled at 5 p.m.
As of 11: 45 a.m., Two Word said he is ready to stay chained for an indefinite time.

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