NKU Investigating Vandalism Found On International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Graffiti and materials were allegedly found from a white-supremacist group.

(Highland Heights, Ky.) – An investigation is underway after graffiti and materials from a white-supremacist group were found on the campus of Northern Kentucky University.

The graffiti and materials were discovered on Wednesday during International Holocaust Remembrance Day. 

NKU president Dr. Ashish Vaidya says graffiti and materials located were from the Patriot Front. The incident will be investigated and reviewed by the university’s new Bias Response Protocol Team.

Dr. Vaidya's full statement can be seen below. 

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