The Swastika at Rutgers
Antisemitic graffiti—including swastikas—painted on campus Jewish facilities at Rutgers University: Rutgers swastika painting investigated as bias attack. (Hat tip: Diana M.)
NEWARK, N.J. - Police are investigating a graffiti attack on several buildings on Rutgers University’s main campus in New Brunswick, including a Jewish community center and a fraternity house, as a bias crime.
On Saturday morning, swastikas were found spray-painted on Rutgers Hillel. They were also painted on the porch and front door of Alpha Epsilon Pi, an historically Jewish fraternity.
Three other buildings were damaged by spray paint, but no swastikas were painted on them, police said.