A fight that had broken out Sunday on the Fraternity Quad near Drama House was reported to UR Security at 2:47 a.m.

About 25 to 30 students seemed to be agitated in the area, Security Investigator Dan Lafferty said. Two students reported that they had been punched in the face. One sustained a laceration to his lip and had a tooth knocked out.

There were two suspects, one of which was identified as a student at another college. He told security officers he had been punched and had his shirt torn, Lafferty said. The second individual was not known.

At least one of the victims had been at a party at Psi Upsilon fraternity and appeared to be intoxicated, Lafferty said.

The student sustaining the mouth injury was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital. A report was filed with the Rochester Police Department, but no arrests have been made.

Racial slur written in library bathroom

A racially derogatory comment was discovered on the wall of the men?s room on the second floor of Rush Rhees Library Tuesday.

The individual who found it immediately notified library staff, Lafferty said. The writing was taken off the wall.

Another racial slur written in a library bathroom was reported to Security in late February.

Visitor robbed outside Eastman

A visitor was robbed outside the Eastman School of Music Wednesday, March 21.

The victim was walking along Swan Street toward Main Street. As she neared Barrett Alley, a lone suspect approached from the opposite direction, Lafferty said. The suspect approached the victim, grabbed her purse and ran on East Avenue toward Scio Street.

No weapon was displayed or threatened and the victim was not injured.

While the victim was on the phone reporting the robbery to police, a report was made to 911 that a male was emptying the contents of a purse outside Harro East Theatre on Andrews Street, Lafferty said.

Police responded to the area, recovered the purse and returned it to the victim. $50 was missing from her wallet.

Male discovered in student?s bed

Upon returning from the restroom, a resident of Susan B. Anthony Halls found a male in her bed who was intoxicated and would not leave.

The 18-year-old male was being escorted to his fourth-floor room as officers arrived. When officers and Medical Emergency Response Team staff tried to assess the student, he became very uncooperative, Lafferty said.

Security notified Rural Metro Ambulance, and when it arrived, the male agreed to be taken to Strong Memorial Hospital for evaluation and treatment.

Individual found sleeping in Morey

An individual was found sleeping in a fifth-floor classroom in Morey Hall Thursday at 5:45 a.m.

Facilities staff, who discovered the person, said they had encountered the same individual sleeping in this area on two previous occasions, Lafferty said.

The individual is not affiliated with the university. RPD removed him from the property and warned him not to return.

UR Womens’ Lacrosse trounces Nazareth 17-5

UR’s Womens’ Lacrosse team beat Nazareth University 17–5 on Tuesday at Fauver Stadium.

An open letter to all members of any university community

I strongly oppose the proposed divestment resolution. This resolution is nothing more than another ugly manifestation of antisemitism at the University.

Dinner for Peace was an unconventional way of protesting for Palestine

The dinner showcased aspects of Palestinian culture. It was a unique way of protesting against the genocide, against the Israeli occupation, against the university’s involvement with the genocide.