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Tuesday, November 24, 2020
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(JNS) The University of Connecticut has been investigating multiple reports of anti-Semitic incidents on its main campus, including swastika vandalism and other kinds of property damage.

“These recent reports were all acts of physical damage to property, including swastika graffiti. These are undeniable symbols of anti-Semitism that elicit painful reminders of the Holocaust among our Jewish students, faculty and staff,” said school administrators in an email to students.

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