I was thrown off by the Virginia Tech hoodie too, but Reddit tells us this incident occurred at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
Over on Reddit, there's lots of interesting and important discussion on whether or not students in dorm rooms have Fourth Amendment protection to deny search without a warrant. Yes, technically they're University-property. However, in most states dorms are usually considered an individual's residence, just like a rented apartment. It's about inhabitancy, not necessarily ownership. Here's a good read on the subject.
What do you think? A patriotic upholder of sacred Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure? Or a gigantic jackass who knows his video is going to go instantly viral the second he posts it to YouTube? Or a whole lot of both? You decide.
UPDATE December 12, 7:20 PM: University of Kentucky Police Officer Fired after Entering Student’s Dorm
So what's the final consensus here? Is this Kentucky student a hero or a douche?brobible.com/college/video/…— BroBible (@BroBible) December 11, 2012