Sounds like the issue isn't Bob's atheism, but how he treats others when he discusses it.
..."not the result of a single action on your part, but a series of actions. I believe that, in several instances, your actions have been aggressive, demeaning, and threatening and that this demonstrates a pattern of inappropriate and unacceptable behavior,"
This strikes me as just another fanatical, intolerant, opinionated and immature atheist with behaviour issues who is misrepresenting the facts around the matter than it does any kind of discrimination on the part of the school.
Since the article only shows one side (Bob's), and the school was under a "gag order" not to discuss, while Bob was giving his version to the press, and none of his fellow students were allowed to comment on the incident, I think Bob was playing the "victim card" here.
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