The school's campus newspaper The Lariat reports that Obama signs were burned just after the Illinois senator was declared president. In another incident, an argument ensued near Penland Hall. Reports conflict. One side said a group of white students were yelling at Obama supporters driving by and another said a group of African American women drove by yelling racial slurs at a group of white men. Yet another witness said Obama supporters overheard racial slurs from white students. No violence was reported. Read more here.
UPDATE: The Waco Tribune reports Baylor interim president has confirmed the racial incidents. David E. Garland's statement on the paper's web site also says that Tuesday, university police were alerted to a rope tied to a tree witness said looked like a noose. "These events are deeply disturbing to us and are antithetical to the mission of Baylor University," he said in his statement.