Ryan Lombardi, vice president of student & campus life, denounced the appearance of three anti-Semitic signs on North Campus and elaborated on the University’s response to the incidents in a statement on Tuesday morning.
When the presidential nominees are as well-known — and polarizing — as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are, it makes sense that they’d get most of the attention. The choice is stark, and virtually everyone in the country is certain to have an opinion on both figures. Still, while the nation is appropriately focused on the top of the tickets, we aren’t merely choosing a president on November 8. We’re also choosing a vice president. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) have telegraphed that they would cultivate a relationship that resembles the candid interactions between President Obama and Vice President Biden.