The exact nature of the charges has not been revealed.
A nationwide mental health crisis, combined with the imminent expansion of Durham University, poses a challenge to Durham University’s mental health support system.
Durham University’s Guidance on Procedures says any student found plagiarising may be classed as dishonest practice and may lead to expulsion from the University.
The Union of Jewish Students (UJS) described the comments as “outrageous” and accused Olatunji of “blatantly antisemitic language shared online”.
5,356 international students were enrolled at Durham for the academic year 2017/2018, which constituted 29.7% of the student population.
From September, students will see interest rates on student loans rise from 6.1% to 6.3% in line with inflation.
The result has come as a disappointment to many academics who believed the proposal did not offer enough.