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White supremacy graffiti was found on Northern Kentucky University's campus for the second time this year

April 4, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The president of Northern Kentucky University said the school will launch an investigation after supremacy graffiti was found on campus for the second time since the beginning of the year.

(CNN)The president of Northern Kentucky University said the school will launch an investigation after supremacy graffiti was found on campus for the second time since the beginning of the year.

"NKU will not tolerate the white supremacy graffiti defacing our campus today or any day," the school's president, Ashish Vaidya, said in a statement Saturday.

The graffiti included spray-painted stencils of the words, "Patriot Front," and was found on 'Housing Rock,' a public space on campus which is used for promoting school spirit and painting positive images, according to Atley Smedley, Public Relations Specialist for NKU.

Smedley said the graffiti was discovered at 2:39 a. m. on April 2nd by a member of the university community, which was then reported to the university police.

Vaidya said the university will conduct a full investigation and increase nightly police patrols following the new graffiti.

NKU also discovered similar graffiti relating to "Patriot Front" in January, according to a statement from the university.

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