Two New Bias Incidents At SU, Including A Racist Manifesto Posted Online

Syracuse, N.Y. - Public safety investigators at SU are investigating two new racist incidents on campus.

Public Safety officers say they are investigating a white-supremacist manifesto post that was made on an online Greek life discussion board last night. The manifesto may have been shared to the cell phones of students at Bird Library. The message board is unaffiliated with the University. The FBI is now involved in investigating the post. Law Enforcement has yet to verify if the manifesto was recieved by anyone at the library. T

Officers were also back out at Day Residence Hall investigating an anti-African American message was found on the fifth floor. It was at that residence hall where the first instances of racist graffiti was uncovered earlier this month.

So far, no arrests have been made in connection with the graffiti.

There have been 9 bias-related incidents on on the SU campus this month, including a verbal assault of an African-America woman that resulted in a fraternity's suspension. The University also suspended the social activities of all of their fraternities for the rest of the semester.

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