On a sunny Saturday morning in the fall of 2011, a pair of black-and-white photographs captured the scene at the University of Arizona.
One was taken in the dormitory room of the Gryffindors dormitory.
The other was taken on the balcony of the Dean’s office.
In both photos, students were standing in front of the windows.
The photo that caught the attention of the press was a photo of two young women.
In the first photo, the young woman in the middle of the room, wearing her gray skirt and white shirt, is leaning forward with her hands on her hips.
In the second photo, she is leaning back, hands clasped behind her back, as if she is looking at the camera.
While the two young people in the first picture are clearly different, the similarity is obvious.
Both women have black hair.
Both wear glasses.
Both are dressed in tight white dresses.
Both have their hands clasping their hips.
Both appear to be watching the camera closely.
Both look nervous.
They appear to have been caught up in the moment, or perhaps in their own thoughts.
But this photo is more important than that.
As the press reported, the University had received a tip from an unnamed female student who had seen the young women in the Gryfindors room, and that the two women were not wearing anything other than their regular clothes.
The tipster reported that the Gryfs had been “taking their shoes off” to get some privacy, and the pair of young women were seen “in the hallway.”
The student who tipped the University off to the young girls in the Dean of Students’ office said that the young students were wearing their jeans and white shirts, as well as white socks.
They were “trying to look inconspicuous,” the student said, adding that the pair had their hands “clasped behind their back.”
In addition to the photo of the young girl in the front of Gryfndor’s dormitory dormitory room, the two photos also captured the two Gryfres in the hallway.
According to the Arizona Republic, one student reported that she “thought it was really cool to see two young girls sitting on the edge of the stairs,” as if the GryFres were standing on the ground.
But a professor at the university, James D. Rabinowitz, said that it was unlikely that the pictures were taken to capture the GryFs’ reaction.
“I think it was just kind of a cute thing to have in front,” Rabinowksi said.
“But I think that the idea of the two girls sitting in a doorway, sitting down, looking like they’re on the verge of breaking down, I think was a little too much to take.”
According the Washington Post, Rabinowski’s comments come after he had to clarify comments made by the President of the University, Charles L. Simms, who had suggested that the photograph of the students was a “shocking display of disrespect.”
In response to Simms comments, Rabbinowski tweeted that the photographs had been taken by students in the dining hall.
He also said that he had spoken to the students and that they were “fine and they were very polite.”
But, in a statement, Simms defended his remarks.
I am not suggesting that they should have been disrespectful to students, Sims said.
I am saying that we need to understand that the images were taken by staff members of the College of Engineering and the College to provide information to students and staff in a responsible way.
I understand the students’ concerns.
I apologize for the comments made in the context of a political debate.
But they were not meant to disrespect anyone.
We are all trying to live in a world that is evolving.
Rabbinowsky, for his part, is not the only one to make such a claim.
The Arizona Republic wrote: “The image of the three young women, sitting on a balcony, seems to confirm rumors that the students were sitting on dormitory floor, not the steps.”
One of the other photos, taken in 2012, showed a young man and a woman, both dressed in black, standing in a hallway of a University of Utah dormitory while wearing headphones.
Despite Rabinowsky’s comments, there was no evidence to support his claim that the women in Gryffendors were in fact students.
When asked by the Washington Examiner if he could confirm that the photo he shared of the girls in Gryfendors was taken by Gryfens students, Rabecki responded, “That is not what I said.
The photo is taken by people in Gryfs dormitries.
And I do believe that they have done some kind of prank