UPDATE: Tit Hall student from C-Sunday video leaves college whilst Crescents decide to disband

College investigations into this incident are still underway

A video of a student proclaiming 'I swim like someone who's never had the money to go swimming' which was filmed in Wetherspoons on Caesarian Sunday and posted onto Grudgebridge received backlash from Cambridge students and condemnation from Trinity Hall, the student in question's College.

Although the video has since been taken down, this has no stopped the consequences of the action from unfurling. Despite the individual not being a member of the Trinity Hall all-male drinking soc, the Crescents, yet members of the Crescents were there and the group have been implicated in the incident.

It has been confirmed today that the student in question has decided to leave College accommodation out of their own accord. He has not been asked to do so by the College, but has chosen to for his own well-being. The University Press Office is keen to stress that any rumours that he has been asked to leave College or discontinue his education are false, and should be quashed.

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Email to Tit Hall students from the College

The Crescents have decided to disband, and again, this is a decision that they have chosen to take, and has not been enforced by the College. The president of the society has signed an apology to the Master and met with senior members of the college, and has asked the rest of the group to do so as well.

The incident is still being investigated by the college, although some action has already been taken, as the members of the Crescents have been banned from the bar. The Crescents's annual Garden Party has also been cancelled by the College.

The Tab has been informed that the disciplinary process that colleges undertake usually takes several weeks, and they may take further sanctions. It may be a while before the full decision of the College is known.

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