NORMAN, Okla. -- The University of Oklahoma says it's investigating after a video began circulating on social media showing one of its students wearing black paint on her face and using a racial epithet.
The video posted Friday to Twitter shows two women, one of whom is wearing black paint on her face and hands and uses a racial slur.
The university confirmed Friday that two OU students were in the video, which it described as "inappropriate and derogatory."
A university spokeswoman said both students were remorseful and wanted to publicly apologize.
The university in 2015 severed ties with a fraternity and expelled two students after several members took part in a racist chant caught on video that referenced lynching.