I knew I went to a conservative school, but I didn't anticipate getting 0/100 points for my assignment because the subject was inappropriate pic.twitter.com/aUysuztNH9
— ❄ winter waverland ❄ (@wavyygravy) November 29, 2016
"I knew I went to a conservative school, but I didn't anticipate getting 0/100 points for my assignment because the subject was inappropriate," tweeted Brigham Young University freshman Waverly Giles, who received a score of zero because her photography project violated the university's dress code. The photos showed a woman's bare shoulders.
"It's very frustrating," Giles told KUTV in a phone interview. "I feel my professor might be doing a disservice by not being able to look at my art objectively. It was implied nudity, there isn't even nudity, there is just collarbone."
Giles said the model in the photos wore a tube-top and wasn't ever nude.