(Campus Reform) Dozens of Drake University (DU) student newspapers were vandalized last week after a pro-life advertisement upset an unknown perpetrator.
Austin Cannon, managing editor of The Times-Delphic, found 431 copies of his paper, apparently drenched in water, sitting in front of the newspaper's office Thursday morning, an act of vandalism estimated at $200 worth of damage. Atop the pile was a single newspaper with a black circle drawn around an advertisement for AGAPE Pregnancy Resource Center, which offers free pregnancy tests, STD testing, and ultrasounds.
"Nothing like this has ever happened before."
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"I was disappointed that something like this would happen on our campus," Cannon told Campus Reform. "Nothing like this has ever happened before."