Georgia fraternity racism, Interfraternity Council (IFC).

The university’s Equal Opportunity Office is investigating the matter, University of Georgia in Athens (UGA) said in a statement.

Arianna Mbunwe, a Black student, shared screen shots on Twitter of some of the offensive messages, many about her, written by members of the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter on the app GroupMe.

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One writer who used the handle “Ghost of Aunt Jemima” posted the woman “just sits in her room saying how white people are racist because she’s mad she didn’t get a bid lmao.” Other posts used the “n” word and other racist terms, as well as derogatory terms for women.

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UGA confirmed to CNN that its statement was in regards to the messages which were later shared to Twitter.

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“Such statements of bigotry and intolerance do not have any place on our campus, and we condemn them in the strongest terms,” UGA said, calling the comments “outrageous and offensive.”

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