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  •   Home > News > Education

    Wellington's Scots college is supporting students, staff and alumni following the death of a former pupil at a university halls of residence

    Wellington's Scots college is supporting students, staff and alumni following the death of a former pupil at a university halls of residence


    University of Canterbury has launched an investigation into how a student living at one of its halls lay dead in their room for up to eight weeks, without anyone noticing.

    Scots headmaster Graeme Yule says it's a challenging time for the wider college community.

    He says they've contacted ex-students who they know will be directly affected by the death.

    He says it's a tragedy.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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