Second ‘noose’ found on Sonoma State University campus inside classroom

Officials noted similar incidents that recently occurred at other Bay Area colleges, including Stanford.
By: | May 17, 2022

A second rope fashioned like a noose was discovered inside a Sonoma State University classroom days after the first one was found in a dormitory swimming pool, campus police and staff said.

The latest discovery occurred Thursday inside a Salazar Hall classroom, Campus Police Chief Nader Oweis confirmed Monday. There was no damage to the classroom and no suspects have been identified.

Sonoma State officials referenced similar incidents that recently occurred at other Bay Area colleges, including one at Stanford University on May 8.

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