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Various students have reported to the Impact that a sign was posted at the Westchester Marriot Hotel, which is one of four hotels contracted for dorm students in Dobbs Ferry, with comments about joining the Ku Klux Klan on Nov 30.

Security guards Angel Velasquez and Nick Saccone say that they  were not aware of the incident but have notified their superiors.

The flyer is now believed to be an attack at the men’s lacrosse program.

Athletes and their contact information were printed on the flyer, implying that they were the organizers.

Students have taken to Facebook, Twitter and Instragram to express their anger over the incident.

Students with information are encouraged to contact the Impact and/or campus security with information.  The Impact is seeking students to comment on the issue.

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