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KSU fraternity vandalized with racial slurs

Posted at 11:17 PM, Jan 20, 2016

Some fraternity brothers came home to some offensive slurs painted on their walls Monday morning.

The Sigma Chi house at Kent State University was vandalized at some point overnight, the president Jimmy Gross told newsnet5.com.

The racial slurs and at least one sketch of male genitalia were on the walls when fraternity members arrived home at around 2:30 a.m. Monday, they reported to police. 

Gross said that the vandals crawled through a tiny window to the basement and scrawled graffiti there, too.

"It's hateful. It's incredibly hateful. And some people might be scared from it."

The fraternity members have not discovered anything stolen.