From the Diamondback Online:
University Police are actively investigating two incidents of “bias and hate” after the department was notified of anti-Semitic messages in an elevator and a noose found on the campus, according to an email university President Wallace Loh sent yesterday.
In one incident, an elevator of an academic building was “vandalized with anti-Semitic messages,” and in the other, a Facilities Management supervisor found a noose in a space being renovated, according to Loh’s email. Since both incidents are currently under investigation, police declined to release specific information regarding the incidents, including the dates the department was notified.
“It’s intolerable and it’s important that we try and get to the bottom of it,” University Police Lt. Robert Mueck said. “In this day and age, we can’t afford to let these things go.”
It's also probably important, given the number of crimes that seem to be "hate crimes" but turn out not be (see, for example, the latest on Shamia Alawadi), that police be careful in their investigations and the media be cautious in how they report it.