Thursday, October 11, 2007

It must have been a faculty bathroom

Edward Said's legacy?
An anti-semitic message that included a swastika was found etched into the wall of a bathroom at Columbia University on Thursday, just two days after a noose was discovered hanging from the door of a professor at Teachers College.

In a message to the Columbia community, President Lee Bollinger said he was saddend by the second incident of hate in a week.

"One of the bathrooms in Lewisohn Hall -was sullied with an anti-Semitic smear," said Bollinger's note. "It has been promptly removed and is now being investigated." [...]

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