Wake Forest University Increases Security After Racist Emails

Nicole Rojas
Oct 1, 2019 - 5:08
Wake Forest University Increases Security After Racist Emails

Students attending certain classes at Wake Forest University in North Carolina must now endure armed police officers guarding their classrooms after 12 faculty members received threatening emails earlier in September. The university’s police department, along with state and federal agencies, launched an investigation into the threats. Members of the university’s sociology department were the first to receive the offensive emails that included calls for a national purge of nonwhite people, The Washington Post reported. At least five...

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