OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) -- Students at Ole Miss said photos like this damage the image of the school.
"Ole Miss has been in the news before for things like this, but this is not a representation of the whole of the faculty, the whole of the students here," said Kayci Kimmons.
However, other students said the constant reoccurrence of similar incidents is discouraging to the family and friends of minorities.
"When we come here, we always receive backlash from friends and family because of the history that Ole Miss has," said student Mya Woods.
In recent years Ole Miss has made national and local headlines for multiple race-related issues.
"You just kind of have to expect it at this point," said Kimmons.
Students said although unfortunate events of similar nature happen, the University of Mississippi is home, and everyone who attends should feel welcomed.
Ole Miss stated on Friday the three men pictured have been suspended from their fraternity.
The school also stated their support for the suspension.
"No matter what your race is or your sexual orientation, everyone has a right to be here," said Woods.
Kimmons said that regardless of the school's history, she notices a change in the Ole Miss community.