"Hamline University seeks info on anti-gay graffiti"
According to The St. Paul Pioneer Press, "Anti-gay graffiti was discovered Wednesday morning on the Hamline University campus in St. Paul, and officials are asking for help identifying who is responsible."
Hamline spokeswoman JacQui Getty said a majority of the graffiti was found on the Theta Chi fraternity house and the Admissions House. Other words and images were put on shrubbery and walls around the campus.
This vandalism occurred during Hamline's Rainbow Week, which "celebrates and raises awareness about the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community," The Pioneer Press reported.
"We are a very inclusive community," Getty said. "It was a shock."
This is Rainbow Week's third year, and nothing like this happened before, Getty said.
Hamline President Linda Hanson said Wednesday, everything possible is being done to find those responsible.
"As a community, we embrace multiculturalism and aspire to be exemplary as an inclusive learning community," Hanson said. "Such acts will not be tolerated at Hamline."