Homophobic graffiti found in 4th floor restroom of Day Hall on SU campus

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Syracuse University’s Department of Public Safety announced on Friday that homophobic graffiti was found in Day Hall.

It was found in a restroom on the fourth floor of the building.

DPS officers were made aware of the situation around midnight on Friday.

According to a press release, the Office of Student Living will be meeting with residents in Day Hall to discuss the events.

If you have information about this event, contact DPS at (315) 443-2224.

To read about more of the bias incidents that have happened at SU, click here.


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