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Yale Students Demand Action After Racist Dorm Incident


Photo: Christopher Capozziello/Getty Images. Students are calling for Yale University to expel Sarah Braasch, the white student who called campus police on Lolade Siyonbola after she committed the unforgivable crime of napping in her own dormitory's common room. Campus police said they checked Siyonbola's ID against the university system and let her go, and later informed Braasch that her call was "not a police matter.

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