Campus Monitor - University of New Hampshire

Antisemitism Tracker

Total Antisemitic Activity:

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ClassificationDate-Description
TARGETING JEWISH STUDENTS AND STAFF: GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HISTORICAL
5/12/17 – At least nine swastikas were found drawn in black marker on the wall of a stairwell in Stoke Hall, the largest dorm on campus. The swastikas appear to have been written backward.
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
DENIGRATION;
HISTORICAL
3/25/16 – An antisemitic flier was distributed to networked printers throughout campus, including two of the university’s public printers in the Dimond Library and the Memorial Union Building. The flier had swastikas and said, “White Man are you Sick and Tired of the Jews Destroying Your Country through Mass Immigration and Degeneracy? Join Us in the Struggle for Global White Supremacy at the Daily Stormer.”

 

In the News ?

May 16, 2017:
The New Hampshire – Column: Less talk, more action
(Description note, “On Friday, May 12, I received a message in the Hillel executive board group chat that was, to say the least, unsettling. It was a screenshot of a two-paragraph email from Hall Director Kaleigh Sosa explaining that, “swastika drawings were found” in Stoke Hall. What was unsettling to me about this message was not just the fact that acts of hate continued to target minorities on campus. What shook me to my core was the hall director’s response, labeling the incident an act of “bias” and “vandalism,” and then closing the email by calling on her residents to be “positive.” The email contained no details about the situation or how it was to be dealt with. It provided no resources for students who may have felt targeted or scared. If I were a resident of Stoke Hall, I would not feel that I had the support of my hall director to listen to my reactions or feelings toward a symbol that represents genocide toward people like me.”)

May 15, 2017:
New Hampshire Public Radio – UNH Police Investigate Swastika Drawings Found On Campus

January 2014: UNIVERSITY STATEMENT – Letter opposing boycott of Israeli academic institutions

 

Photo Album - Campus Antisemitism

Source Credit: Fosters - Swastikas reported inside UNH dorm (May 13, 2017)

Source Credit: Fosters – Swastikas reported inside UNH dorm (May 13, 2017)


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BDS Tracker

No divestment vote has taken place.


BDS Instigators: Student & Faculty


STUDENT BDS

N/A

FACULTY BDS

Number of Faculty Endorsing the Academic Boycott of Israel: 1

  1. Barbara Larson

AMCHA Activism

There are currently no AMCHA Initiative campaigns for this campus.