Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Appalachian State college campus | WCTI

BOONE, N. C. (AP) – Officials are trying to determine who painted anti-Semitic symbols, including a swastika and a reference to the Holocaust, in a pedestrian tunnel at a university in North Carolina. Appalachian State University associate vice chancellor Megan Hayes told the Winston-Salem Journal the graffiti was found last Sunday. It was on a wall in a tunnel that is frequently painted with murals and information about school events.

Source: Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Appalachian State college campus | WCTI

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