A series of racist events has many students concerned and frustrated at Syracuse University. Monday night, a white supremacist manifesto was shared with several cell phones of students studying at the school's library. The FBI is investigating.

A hateful message was posted on the footsteps on the UAlbany fountain on Tuesday — "[expletive] Israel."

Sophomore Eitan Goldmeer said he and his friends were appalled when they saw a photo shared on social media of the hateful sentiment toward Israel.

"I saw it, and my heart just sunk," Goldmeer said. "This is the place that I've been calling my home since late August, and it was so strange to kind of see visceral hatred spelled out on one of the most major parts of campus."

A spokesperson for the school tweeted, "ugly language like this is in direct opposition to our core value of inclusion and toxic to the constructive dialogues we seek to foster on our campus. facilities removed this as soon as it was notified."

A series of racist events has many students concerned and frustrated at Syracuse University. Monday night, a white supremacist manifesto was shared with several cell phones of students studying at the school's library. The FBI is investigating.

"No country is perfect, so I think that if I could sit down with these people we could come to some form of consensus on a more respectful level on what was happening," Goldmeer said. "Even if we didn't agree, it wouldn't require pushing out into a scare tactic or into something so public that makes students like me and my friend so uncomfortable."

It's not yet clear if the person or people who wrote the message were caught on camera or what, if any, repercussions they might face