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The University of Missouri professor who called for the removal of a photographer covering the protests on the Columbia, Mo., campus has resigned from her post within the journalism school.

Melissa Click, an assistant professor in the communications department, was among the activists who had formed a perimeter around the tent village at the center of the demonstration to block the media from accessing it.

Click was seen in a widely distributed video asking for “some muscle” to help remove Tim Tai, a senior who was working as a freelance photographer for ESPN covering Monday’s protests.

“Who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? I need some muscle over here!” Click yelled.