COLUMBIA, S.C. (WHDH) –
The University of South Carolina dangling a tyro after they pronounced she wrote a secular offence on a whiteboard in a campus investigate room.
School officials pronounced they found out about a occurrence from a design that was common on amicable media. The design shows a USC tyro essay a list on a whiteboard of because a school’s wifi is not a best. The initial reason on a list is a N-word.
“It’s not even a humorous joke, so we don’t even know because she would do that,” pronounced USC tyro Grace Steptoe.
“I mean, it’s roughly too late now, though she still needs to send out some arrange of reparation somehow,” pronounced Matthew Duggan, another USC student. “Clearly, what she did, by regulating a N-word that way, is not deferential during all.”
USC President Harris Pastides pronounced a tyro was dangling and a formula of control review has begun. The tyro was not identified by a school, though her name was common on amicable media.