A string of vandalism has targeted the Fulton School of Liberal Arts at Salisbury University.
On Tuesday, a series of racially and sexually charged statements were written on the walls at various locations around Fulton Hall.
Specifically, the statements targeted African Americans and women.
This is only the latest development in acts of vandalism in the building this semester.
According to some students, this type of vandalism has been occurring in Fulton Hall for weeks.
An investigation regarding vandalism in Fulton Hall was opened on Oct. 8, but was closed without an arrest.
The SU administration has expressed deep disdain for the messages written inside Fulton Hall.
“These acts are deplorable, and the language used in them is contrary to our campus values,” said SU President Charles A. Wight in an email to the community on Wednesday evening. “We want to be clear that Salisbury University stands against racism and all other forms of hate and any messages of exclusion.
There are no cameras in Fulton Hall stairwells currently.
Salisbury University Police declined to comment further.
Anyone that has any information that could lead to the apprehension of suspects is invited to contact University Police at (410) 543-6262.
by K.B. MENSAH
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