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    Offensive graffiti increases on campus

    Many students are upset over a slew of anti-Semitic graffiti incidents that have recently occurred on the college’s campus. Several students have come forward with pictures of pro-Nazi swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti that were drawn on classroom desks and bathroom and hallway walls. “I walk into the bathroom and I see a swastika etched on the wall. Being a Jew, it really offended me so I scratched it off,” QC senior Jeffery Smulvitz said. “When I came back less than a week later, someone had redrawn it on the wall.” Germany’s Nazi Party adopted the swastika as its symbol in the 1920s and it continues to offend Jews as a reminder of oppression. Pedro Pineiro,…