William & Mary residence hall vandalized with anti-Semitic Trump message

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Vice President for Student Affairs at William & Mary sent out a notice about an incident that occurred on campus.

The official said students have reported graffiti written on a paper towel dispenser in a residence hall bathroom.

Students reported seeing graffiti that said  “Go Trump” with a swastika substituting the “T” in Trump.

The notice says students have shared pictures of the graffiti on social media.

No one has come forward to claim responsibility and the notice says school officials are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact William & Mary police at 757-221-4596.

The college also has a website for resources and reporting harassment.

Click here to read the full notice the vice president sent.

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