Michael Schoenfeld, Duke University’s vice president for public affairs and government relations, and Larry Moneta, Duke vice president for student affairs, hold a brief press conference Thursday afternoon announcing that an investigation has identified a Duke student who has admitted to placing a noose in a tree on the Duke campus on Wednesday. The student is no longer on campus and no further information was available except that the student would be subject to Duke’s student conduct process.
Michael Schoenfeld, Duke University’s vice president for public affairs and government relations, and Larry Moneta, Duke vice president for student affairs, hold a brief press conference Thursday afternoon announcing that an investigation has identified a Duke student who has admitted to placing a noose in a tree on the Duke campus on Wednesday. The student is no longer on campus and no further information was available except that the student would be subject to Duke’s student conduct process. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com
Michael Schoenfeld, Duke University’s vice president for public affairs and government relations, and Larry Moneta, Duke vice president for student affairs, hold a brief press conference Thursday afternoon announcing that an investigation has identified a Duke student who has admitted to placing a noose in a tree on the Duke campus on Wednesday. The student is no longer on campus and no further information was available except that the student would be subject to Duke’s student conduct process. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com

Duke University says student admitted hanging noose in tree

April 02, 2015 4:21 PM

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