ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – St. Louis University students have released a list of demands after reports of two racist incidents on campus.

Last month, students found a swastika made out of burning candles outside a dorm building. Last week, a hateful message saying "Nazis rule" was posted on a projector screen.

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SLU's Black Student Alliance asked the school to take swift and timely action Tuesday night.

University leaders had the following response:

Saint Louis University applauds the Black Student Alliance — and all student organizations — for speaking out against bias and hate. SLU supports the Black Student Alliance's call to strengthen the University's longstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. SLU administrators plan to meet with members of the student organization this week to discuss their concerns.

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