There is a way to behave in public, and there is a way not to. This is evidence of the latter. 

The video was posted on March 23rd by Uber drive Artur Zawada on YouTube. It shows men from a fraternity berating him through a car window. According to his own comment on the video, Zawada had requested that Uber ban the man from using the service, but he used other peoples' accounts. Zawada told Buzzfeed that he tried to cancel the trip.

A report was filed with the Ann Arbor police department. The dean of students met with the Uber driver and the students involved last week, and released this statement:

"We find the actions depicted in this video to be reprehensible and completely inconsistent with our community's closely held values. We expect more from our students. Regardless of the circumstances, no one deserves to be treated that way."

The national fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon also released a statement, saying that they are  "extremely disappointed by the individual's demeaning words."

"At the conclusion of our swift, thorough investigation, we will handle the situation with appropriate action. Depending on the details of the investigation, this could include the expulsion of membership."

The man in the video is Jake Croman, who claims that Zawada had unleashed an anti-semitic rant on him previously. Another YouTube commenter backed up this story, saying that she too had been discriminated against by this driver for being Jewish.

It'll be interesting to see what comes of the investigation - is the driver half at fault? Very curious. Also very curious as to why the student would record HIS verbal attack on the driver...but not the alleged anti-semitic attack on HIM? Strange. Either way, kindness costs nothing. Use it often.