Sheffield Hallam threatens exclusion after student writes n***a into snow
‘We are taking this report extremely seriously’
TW: Unobscured image of a racial slur.
Sheffield Hallam has threatened exclusion after the word ‘n***a’ was written into the snow of the garden of a flat in Sheffield.
The university told The Tab: “If an investigation finds evidence of individuals breaching our student code of conduct, disciplinary action will be undertaken. This can ultimately lead to exclusion.”
They added: “We are taking this report extremely seriously and are in touch with the individuals who shared the image on social media.”
The flat below think this is ok? pic.twitter.com/iB1C2ygvuc
— Madeleine Beers (@madeleine_beers) February 9, 2021
For context I live with a black person and the rest of our building is white. This was not written when we first when onto our roof top as we looked over. We then noticed it later on
— Madeleine Beers (@madeleine_beers) February 10, 2021
The uni continued: “Sheffield Hallam is a safe and respectful community. Racism, hate speech or other abusive acts are not welcome in our university community and will not be tolerated in any form.
“Anyone who has experienced a hate crime, or any other kind of harassment or abuse, can report it anonymously or get support from an adviser through our Report and Support service at reportandsupport.shu.ac.uk.”