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Swastikas Painted on Stanford University Buildings

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    Swastikas Painted on Stanford University Buildings

    Stanford University is investigating after swastikas and other symbols were painted on campus housing and fraternity buildings. Kimberly Yonenaka reports. (Published Tuesday, April 28, 2015)

    Stanford University is investigating after swastikas and other symbols were painted on campus housing and fraternity buildings.

    University President John Hennessy says the vandalism discovered over the weekend included symbols of hate that have no place at Stanford.

    The spray-painted graffiti was found at the BOB house, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and Casa Italiana, a house focusing on Italian language and culture.

    No arrests have been made.
     

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