#WATCH Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union president & students attacked by people wearing masks on campus. 'What is this? Who are you? Step back, Who are you trying to threaten?… ABVP go back,' can be heard in video. (note: abusive language) pic.twitter.com/gYqBOmA37c
New Delhi: Mobile phone footage from a building at the Jawaharlal Nehru University showed a group of masked intruders armed with sticks and iron rods attacking its students and faculty members, providing a shocking glimpse of the chaos that broke out on its campus on Sunday evening.
Several students and faculty members were assaulted by the armed miscreants, and three of them are reportedly in a critical condition. The masked assailants went from room to room of many hostels on the campus, brutally assaulting their occupants.
New Jersey – School officials in an Essex County school district have issued a statement after a video posted on social media showed a group of high school girls using racial slurs.
The video, originally posted on Snapchat on New Year’s Day, depicts several unidentified Nutley High School students using the N-word. The girls in the video are white.
Nutley school officials issued a statement Thursday condemning the video.
“While we cannot comment on the specifics of our investigation, please be assured that the Nutley Public School District condemns all acts of bigotry, racism and hate,” Superintendent Dr. Julie Glazer said in the statement.
RIVERTON, Wyoming — Two Wyoming high school students who walked into school wearing outfits typically associated with members of the Ku Klux Klan are facing disciplinary action.
A photo circulated on the internet of what appeared to be two students walking into a school wearing white robes, pointed hats and crosses. One holds an American flag.
A statement from the school’s superintendent confirmed that the students in the photo attend a high school in Fremont County School District No. 25, a public school district based in Riverton, Wyoming.
A black mother says her 11-year-old daughter was not allowed to compete with her Colorado cheerleading squad because the coach refused to let her perform with her natural hair. But the cheer coach said the girl was dismissed because her mom threatened the team.
Tiyana Young said Diamond Elite All-Star Cheerleading coach and owner Stephanie Trujillo asked her daughter, Niemah, to wear a ponytail hair piece to match her teammates, who are mostly white and Latina, CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers reports. She said styling Niemah’s naturally curly hair for cheerleading can be painful for her daughter.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — The Riley County police department is warning students at KU and K-State that don’t go home for the holidays to remain cautious over the holiday break.
According to a report from KSNT, the law enforcement agency says it continues to search for an alleged serial rapist known to attack over holiday breaks near local college campuses. Police say they have connected the man to 13 incidents in Lawrence and Manhattan over the last 19 years but have yet to identify or catch the suspect.