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The Bobster
09-18-2017, 06:14 AM
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/09/18/police-investigate-racial-slur/#comment-360395

Police Investigate Racial Slur Written On Door Of A Cabrini University Student
September 18, 2017 12:07 AM

RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — Radnor police are investigating an incident after a female student at Cabrini University reported a racial slur written on her residence hall door.

The student discovered the slur, which was written in what appeared to be marker, on Saturday.

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The university released a statement Sunday saying:

“The University is fully investigating this report and takes our student safety seriously. Cabrini does not tolerate any form of hate speech or racist language, and our priority remains to ensure our students feel safe and supported.”

Police say the university had removed the remarks from the door before police could take pictures.

Radnor Police Chief Bill Colarulo says detectives will be following up on Monday, possibly viewing the incident as ethnic intimidation.

The Bobster
09-19-2017, 06:02 PM
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/09/19/cabrini-university-racial-slurs/#comment-360517

More Racial Slurs Found On Cabrini University Campus
September 19, 2017 4:44 PM

RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — More racial slurs have been reported on the campus of a local university. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Cabrini University says there have been two additional sightings of racial graffiti reported inside a residence hall.

“There is an ongoing investigation of racial slurs written in one of our residence halls. We continue to work with Radnor Police Department on collecting evidence as we work to identify this person, or persons, who so blatantly go against everything we are as a diverse institution. We’ve increased security on campus and will continue to do everything we can to identify the perpetrator(s),” the university said in a statement.

Cabrini says it is also holding campus-wide town halls and forums to update students and answer their questions about these incidents.

The first incident occurred Saturday night when freshman Sennia Vann found a racial slur written on her residence hall door. :rolleyes:

“I cried. My faith was kind of restored in the student body. I was reminded that everybody is not like the person who wrote on my door,” said Vann.

Dozens of students, some who don’t even know the young freshman, gathered and redecorated her dorm door, this time with positive and supportive messages.

Police say the university removed the remarks from the door before police could take pictures.