Anti-Muslim writing found in Chandler-Ullmann

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Anti-Muslim writing was found Oct. 5 in one of the men’s bathrooms in Chandler-Ullmann Hall, according to an email that was sent to the Lehigh community.

The email did not specify what the writing was or who found it. The individual who noticed it reported the vandalism to Karen Salvemini, the Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator. The writing has been removed, and the Lehigh University Police Department is investigating the incident.

The email was signed by Salvemini and John Simon, president; Pat Farrell, provost; Cheryl Matherly, a co-char of the Council for Equity and Community; Lori McClaind, a co-char of the Council for Equity and Community; and Jennifer Swann, a co-char of the Council for Equity and Community.

Salvemini was not available for comment at the time of publication.

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