Dewing Vandals Come Forward
|dc.description.abstract||This article from the student newspaper informed the campus that two students who chalked homophobic messages in Dewing Hall came forward to the college administration. Both faced disciplinary action that included apologizing to their classmates at the commencement rehearsal as well as completing projects about intolerance. The article also gives details on the response of the college administration after the discovery of the graffiti such as a campus-wide meeting at the chapel and future plans for programming on tolerance and values.||en_US|
|dc.publisher||Kalamazoo College Index||en_US|
|dc.title||Dewing Vandals Come Forward||en_US|
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Anti-Gay and Lesbian Graffiti, 1986 
Photos and newspaper articles related to anti-gay and lesbian graffiti found on campus in 1986.