Racist graffiti found in UoGuelph residence

September 16, 2010

Through e-mail and YouTube, University of Guelph president Alastair Summerlee has publicly condemned incidences of racist graffiti found marked on the walls of a hallway in one of the student residences. In his video message, Summerlee says the university has "absolutely rejected the concepts and notions of fundamentalism, dogma and bigotry." If a resident is found guilty of the acts, he or she faces automatic eviction from residence. If found guilty by a judicial committee, the student could be fined and/or suspended or expelled. Guelph Mercury