March 19, 2015
Oy vey! Another lampshade-ocaust may be in the works! Three swastikas were found spray-painted at a Vanderbilt University Jew fraternity house.
Two were found in an elevator and one on a basement door.
“Regardless of who is responsible and what the motivation was, the university condemns the reprehensible depiction of this symbol that since the time of Nazi Germany has come to be associated with hate, anti-Semitism, violence, death and murder,” said Susan Wente, provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs at the university. “We understand the anguish and pain that this hateful symbol causes, and we stand together to condemn any effort to intimidate or send an unwelcoming message to the Jewish members of the Vanderbilt community.”
Josh Hyman, the student president of the AEPi chapter at Vanderbilt, was horrified at the graffiti. “We know that these symbols of hate do not represent the attitudes of our fellow Vanderbilt students,” he said in a statement, according to The Tennessean.
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