WASHINGTON – Officials at George Washington University say a student who complained of swastikas being drawn on a dorm room door has admitted responsibility for them.
University spokeswoman Tracy Schario says campus police found out what happened at Mitchell Hall by using a hidden camera. The student admitted responsibility today.
Another student was arrested over the weekend and charged with drawing the Nazi symbols and racial slurs on the doors of different dorm rooms at New Hall. That suspect has been barred from campus.
Both students will go through GW's judicial system to determine whether any D.C. or federal laws were violated.