#MeToo spray painted on Unconditional Surrender statue

photo courtesy of Sarasota Police Department Sarasota made national news for an incident of vandalism on the Unconditional Surrender statue that stands on the Sarasota Bayfront. According to the Sarasota Police Department’s (SPD) news release, #MeToo was spray painted in red along the leg of…

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Graffiti leaves a mark on campus

Vandalism, street art or just plain ol’ graffiti: yet another instance of amateur artwork has found itself on campus property. While Hurricane Hermine left campus covered in debris, fallen trees and flooded dorm rooms, an anonymous individual managed to make one more contribution. The graffiti,…

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Pei court deals with vandalism

Pei community areas have recently been facing issues with vandalism. Although vandalism has always been accounted for with a small fee that is charged to the student body as a whole, this fee has been increased from a couple cents to $3. If those responsible…

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Second Court lounge closed to residents

Residents of second court stood back appalled at the closing of their lounge: a place where many students, not just second court residents, could congregate, study, cook and bond. It is a place that was recently decorated in student artwork, creating a welcoming and friendly…

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Vandalism in Ham Center poses safety concerns

In response to a string of vandalism, Hamilton “Ham” Center was closed during the early mornings over fall break. Numerous discussions among the Dean of Student Affairs Tracy Murray, campus police and the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) led to the closing of Ham, which,…

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