Furman offensive lineman Dan Dodd III was charged with vandalism after students returned from fall break to find anti-Semitic symbols and sexually explicit comments displayed on dormitory doors.
The graffiti was drawn on white boards that hang on dorm-room doors at Blackwell Hall, a co-ed dormitory for freshmen, according to a report from Greenville Online.
The Paladins offensive lineman reportedly brought guns on campus when he was charged in connection to the vandalism.
One of the students, who is accused of drawing the swastikas, has been charged criminally with vandalism under South Carolina law,” the email said. “That student, as well as the other, who is suspected of being an accomplice, also face multiple Student Conduct Code charges. Federal privacy laws prevent us from identifying the students or any of the ultimate sanctions they may face. Regardless of intent, the use of language or symbols that cause intimidation, alienation or other harm are serious offenses and will not be tolerated, as outlined in the Student Handbook.”