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Texas Tech University officials began a formal investigation Monday into a private chat between fraternity members on campus that was leaked to social media late last week. In an interview with the USA TODAY Network, Carol Sumner, who just last week frat chat her role as vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at the college after serving as senior associate dean of students at Arizona State University, said university officials will be looking into what led to the group chat occurring and why it was posted to various social media websites Thursday. The investigation, she said, will be led by Dean of Students Matthew Gregory and will include meetings with students involved to examine the severity of the messages contained in the chat. Among comments in the social media chat was a suggestion to sell hunting s to shoot immigrants crossing the border without documentation. Texas Tech administration was made aware of the chat messages Thursday night and Gregory and Sumner held a press conference Friday, which was posted to the university's Facebook .

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The University of Windsor is denouncing hateful online messages allegedly exchanged by members of the Delta Chi fraternity in a private chat group and is also suspending any opportunities for the fraternity to use university spaces.

The private Facebook messages include racist and anti-Black comments and comments promoting violence. The comments allegedly made by members of the frat were exposed by two university anti-racism groups, which sent them to the university demanding action.

The university also said it is also launching an investigation. The outrage from the community did not stop there.

The Delta Chi Fraternity needs to be held able. I am absolutely disgusted," a Twitter user tweeted. CBC has viewed the screen captures shared by the anti-racism groups, ExposeUWindsor and atuwindsor, but has not been able to view the original s.

Rob Gordon called the messages "Disturbing, unacceptable, and entirely incongruent with the values of our school and the work we are doing to create a more inclusive and equitable community at the University of Windsor. Gordon apologized and said that he takes "responsibility for the progress we need to make to ensure that our campus protects the emotional, physical, and psychological safety of everyone in our community. The statement said that the university has contacted the fraternity's leadership in the United States and the Windsor Police Service.

The statement comes on the same day that the university's Anti-Black Racism Task Force started its public consultation process. The university statement said that Delta Chi, like all fraternities and sororities at the university, does not have a formal relationship with the University of Windsor or its student union, but sometimes books university spaces 'for meetings or activities.

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Josh Lamers, an organizer and activist who is also a second-year law student at the university, expressed dissatisfaction with the university's response. I can't even focus on work because I'm just like, you have the evidence before you, you have had myself and other Black people and racialized people give you demands to guide you.

Your task force is already coming apart," he said. The demands include hiring more Black faculty and creating more opportunities such as scholarships and accommodations for Black students. In anAt University of Windsor, one of the student advocacy groups, said what has happened is "all too common" at the school.

This strategy of being an ally publicly while privately harbouring dangerous and racist views is all too common at University of Windsor. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.

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Delta Chi members at the University of Windsor, in Ontario, made slews of racist, anti-Black, homophobic and antisemitic barbs in the private chatroom, according to screen captures seen by PinkNews.

The messages came to light in late June after a GroupMe message board was posted on Twitter.

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Texas Tech University has condemned a "Frat Chat" filled with racially charged comments, including ideas to shoot immigrants for "sport," after the conversation was made public Thursday.

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