11 October 2016 - 21:41
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Rasa - Lehigh University police are investigating a case of vandalism in which someonewrote an "anti-Muslim" message on a wall in a university dormitory, according to a report from Lehigh's student newspaper.
Leigh University

RNA - Lehigh University police are investigating a case of vandalism in which someonewrote an "anti-Muslim" message on a wall in a university dormitory, according to a report from Lehigh's student newspaper. 

 

The Brown and White says the vandalism was disclosed in a campus-wide email signed by Karen Salvemini, the university's equal opportunity compliance coordinator, Lehigh President John Simon and members of the university's Council for Equity and Community. 

 

The report says the message was discovered on Wednesday in the men's bathrooms in Chandler-Ullmann Hall, an academic building on the Asa Packer Campus in South Bethlehem. 

 

"The email did not specify what the writing was or who found it," The Brown and White says in its report. "The individual who noticed it reported the vandalism to (Salvemini)."

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