ASUN responds to recent vandalism

Posted on Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

For immediate release:
ASUN responds to recent vandalism

RENO, Nev. – The Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) was recently made aware of vandalism that includes the carving of swastikas into the walls of the women’s restroom on the first floor of Lincoln Hall.

Symbols of hate are not welcome on our campus. They contradict what it means to be a part of the Wolf Pack. ASUN and its leadership pride ourselves in our vision on the vital issues for our students, our campus and our community. We expect to serve as a catalyst for the betterment of our society. This vandalism advances a harmful ideology that brings fear to our colleagues and promotes violence across the country. Our campus’ values of integrity and inclusiveness cannot coexist with symbols of hate.

This type of vandalism is reprehensible and has no place on our campus. ASUN is committed to making this a better, more inclusive University and student community. We ask anyone with information on this hate-based vandalism to come forward any information including the identities of the perpetrator by contacting police services at

About ASUN:
The Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) is made up of every undergraduate student at the University of Nevada. We provide a means for students to voice concerns and address issues at the university, local, state, national and international levels. We also provide information to students on upcoming events, student events, student services, clubs and more. We are committed to enhancing our university and enriching students – just as we have since our inception in 1898. For more information, visit

Media Contacts:

Brandon Walberg
ASUN Director of Public and Campus Relations