A second set of spray painted swastikas were found outside of an Emory University fraternity house Monday morning, student newspaper The Emory Wheel reports.
The new swastikas were on a stone wall outside of the Kappa Alpha chapter house. Swastikas and other offensive graffiti were found on the outside of Emory’s Alpha Epsilon Pi house — a nationally Jewish fraternity — early Sunday morning, hours after the end of the holy Jewish holiday Yom Kippur.
According to The Wheel, the second set of swastikas was also found by AEPi members. The Emory KA house is diagonally across the street from AEPi.
[Note: Business Insider education reporter Peter Jacobs’ younger brother is a current member of Emory’s AEPi chapter]
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