Wednesday’s demonstrations come a little over a year after former MSA President Payton Head vocalized he was a called a racial slur.
Officers responding on Tuesday night said they heard shouting coming from the Delta Upsilon house, but they were unable to determine whether racial epithets were used by DU fraternity members.
User Engagement Librarian Grace Atkins: “We understand that hours are the priority, and we are trying to get them back.”
Here's how campus responded to Tuesday's events.
Two students were called the N-word and other obscenities outside of Delta Upsilon, which has been placed on emergency suspension.
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MSA Senator Sterling Waldman: “Not having people’s preferred name on an ID is a safety hazard. Being misgendered is a painful experience.”
MU Libraries spokeswoman Shannon Cary: “The library has purchased automatic check-out machines to help deal with decreases in staff.”
Physics and Astronomy professor Linda Godwin: “It’s like a whole new invention of myself; it’s very different than the life I was living, working for NASA.”
MUPD was able to track the suspect using the victim’s stolen cellphone.