By Cory Lesniak
March 19, 2014
Last month, the Performing Arts Center placed wooden figures, or silhouettes, featuring statistics and facts about sexual assault and violence against women in a promotion for their spring play, “Extremities.”
A few days before the play’s opening day, one of the silhouettes placed at the entrance of the Coughlin Commons was vandalized and pieces of the dismembered display were found on the fourth floor of Murray Hall.
As of this weekend, Campus Safety and Security still had no leads as to who may be responsible for the vandalism.
Joel Nayder, assistant director of Campus Safety and Security, remains hopeful that information on the case may still come to the department.
“[If you have] any information of any kind, we ask that you please tell us,” Nayder said.