University Of North Carolina Student Publication Vandalized, Hacked: ‘Nazi Scum F**k Off’

University Of North Carolina Student Publication Vandalized, Hacked: ‘Nazi Scum F**k Off’


A right-leaning, student-run publication at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC) had its website hacked and distribution boxes vandalized with derogatory comments. 

On April 25, the Carolina Review had its newly installed magazine distribution boxes vandalized. The boxes had the letters “CR” imprinted on the side. A vandal used a black sharpie marker to write “Racist” using the “R” in “CR.” 

via Carolina Review

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A few hours after students noticed the vandalism, a hacker got onto the publication’s website and “destroyed” 15 years of online content. According to photos obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, the masthead portion of the website was deleted and replaced with derogatory comments about the publication’s Editor-in-Chief. 

The new masthead displayed Editor-in-Chief Bryson Piscitelli’s name with the message “Nazi scum f**k off.” 

via Carolina Review

According to the Free Beacon, among the deleted articles was one that uncovered that UNC professor Dwayne Dixon

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