“Regardless of the intent, the display has no place on our campus,” she said. “I am saddened, and I am sorry for the hurt and offense this has caused and want our students, faculty and staff to know that it will not be tolerated.”
In response, multiple students said the nooses were part of a sculpture class.
A student who declined to be identified told The Leaf-Chronicle that the project was approved by the professor inan introductory sculpture class.
School officials did not immediately respond to the claims.