Anti Semitic Flyers Found at University of Rochester


The University of Rochester is investigating the discovery of anti-semitic flyers on the River Campus.

The fliers were found left in a printer at the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies. The University notified students in an email, saying this is part of a wider pattern on the campus and at the Eastman School of Music campus. 

University Public Safety is investigating the origin of the flyers. The university has released a statement condemning them and the message they carry.

The university says anti-semitic messages were faxed yesterday to some University of Rochester departments. The statement calls them cowardly and contrary to university values.

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