More video is now available of student clashes Tuesday night at Baylor University, where Obama-Biden signs were burned in a firepit at the Brooks Village dorms and a rope noose was found hanging in a tree. Read the new story by Star-Telegram staff writer Eva-Marie Ayala here.
The university's interim president, David E. Garland, already issued a statement calling the events "deeply disturbing."
KWTX TV has video of students exchanging insults and one Anglo student acknowledging that he told African-American students, "Y'all are in Texas and y'all's vote really didn't matter that much."
The Baylor Lariat already posted video of the campaign sign bonfire. (Double-click the window.)
An Arlington student, Emmanuel Orupabo, described racial slurs and threats.
The event comes on the heels of last week's "Anti-Obama Carnival" at Texas A&M, where eggs were tossed at Obama's photo and a Halloween mask of Obama's face was posted on a stick.