A group of students from St Andrew’s College at the University of Sydney have caused an uproar after they stormed a fraternity house in Canberra wearing black ski masks. The Australian National University acted quickly, escorting the student off campus and reporting the incident to police.
In response, St. Andrew’s College conducted an investigation and decided to ban all future campus-to-state events. Students who are suspended from the University may be subject to additional penalties due to their disruptive behavior, including possible expulsion from the University.
St Andrew’s College Students Suspended
A group of students from the University of Sydney’s St Andrew’s College have been suspended following a disturbing incident at the Australian National University in Canberra.
The incident took place during the college’s annual “Campus to Country” event, when a group of students reportedly traveled to the nation’s capital for an unauthorized “scavenger hunt”. According to reports, the students entered the student accommodation at the Australian National University and entered the building wearing black ski masks, causing a frightening scene.
In response to this incident, St Andrew’s College at the University of Sydney has confirmed that an investigation is ongoing to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident and to take appropriate action. The Australian National University then arrested the students and kicked them off campus before reporting the incident to ACT Police. According to the Sunday Telegraph.
It is disappointing to go against the norms and values of the University and to let down fellow students. St Andrews College and ACT Police will provide further comment as soon as possible. Most students pay more than $32,000 a year to attend college. As detailed on the College website, the College offers on-campus living and dining for students studying for a university degree in Sydney and elsewhere. Keep visiting My Architecture’s Idea for more updates.