Hate Symbols at Furman

Written on multiple doors

Evan Smith
October 17, 2019 - 3:47 pm
Furman University

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Swastikas, sexually explicit drawings, and graphic comments.

That’s what was found on doors of multiple rooms in Blackwell Hall in South Housing on Furman’s campus.

Police believe the symbols and messages were written during the fall break, between Friday October 11 and Tuesday October 15.

It doesn’t appear that there is vandalism anywhere else on campus.

Campus administrators also have assured students that there doesn’t appear to be any threat to anyone in the Furman community.

The vandalism is now under investigation by campus police.

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