According to a university source with knowledge of the event, it occurred Thursday night as the female student, who has not been identified, was walking through a SEPTA tunnel on campus.
There, she encountered multiple white males who allegedly ran toward her, shouting the name of the new president-elect. One male forcefully knocked her to the ground, causing her to hit her head, the source said.
Meanwhile a research psychologist at Drexel University had the words "It's our p--- now, B---h" scrawled on her car.
On Friday night, at 18th and Reed Streets, Adrienne Juarascio discovered the following message carved into the passenger side of her parked Toyota Camry: "It's our p---- now, B---h."
It's language ripped straight from the final feverish weeks of a presidential campaign that has exposed a deeper division in American communities than seemed imaginable six months ago.
"I'm not sure [why I was targeted]," Juarascio told PhillyVoice on Saturday morning, a few hours after she reported the incident to Philadelphia police. "I am a big HIllary supporter and had signs at my house. Maybe somebody saw me get out of my car going home."