Anti-Semitic Vandalism Discovered at Wheaton College

BOSTON — Wheaton College authorities are investigating anti-Semitic graffiti found Monday on the back door of the Jewish Life House on campus.

Students living in the on-campus residence have reported being targeted on several other occasions, including derogatory remarks shouted from the street on Nov. 9, Norton Patch reports.

College officials scheduled a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the incident further.

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