BY KAYDEE JONES
Gull Life Editor
Tuesday’s pro-Trump political chalkings have been replaced by messages of love and peace.
The new messages are found all around campus including in front of Academic Commons, Perdue Hall and behind Henson Hall. They include messages of love, peace, togetherness and encouragement to vote next Tuesday on Election Day.
Some chalkings also display pro-Clinton and anti-Trump messages, which could be a direct response to yesterday’s drawings.
Vice President of Student Affairs Dane Foust addressed the chalk situation yesterday and stated the university’s stance on the election in an email to students.
The university chalking policy can be found here.