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11.12.15

'Suspension proceedings' begin after photos of Citadel cadets in - WCIV-TV | ABC News 4 - Charleston News, Sports, Weather: A person with knowledge of what's going on and knowledge of the school's rituals between upperclassmen and freshmen said administrators and officers are trying to assess the situation. The person also said the incident took place in one of the barracks at The Citadel, and that based on the way the men in white hoods are standing, they are likely first year students, knows as "knobs," and this could be considered a form of hazing.

Discussion on Yik Yak, another social media app popular among college students, shows that a mandatory meeting was called by administrators for Thursday morning. That's where the study body as a whole learned of the incident.

But the photos appear to have been found by accident.

According to a post made late Wednesday night, a woman said she was approached by a guy she did not know on several social media platforms who reportedly told her "I always wanted a black girl."

The woman says in the post she stopped replying to his advances, but when she looked at her Snapchat feed she could see his story on her feed. When she looked at the story, she could see the photos and videos of the Citadel cadets singing and laughing.


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