Look at the first sentence from Shaun King's employer Northwestern University freshmen allegedly spray-paint slurs, swastika and ‘Trump’ in campus chapel BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Sunday, March 13, 2016, 3:38 PM Northwestern University freshmen Anthony Morales and Matthew Kafker allegedly vandalized the school's Alice Millar Chapel. Donald Trump must be proud. Two Northwestern University freshmen allegedly vandalized a campus chapel by spray-painting slurs, penises, a swastika — and to top it off, the word “Trump.” “It’s disturbing to think that someone who’s been in this space would be venting some sort of rage that way,” university chaplain Tim Stevens, who said he discovered the defacement, told the Daily News on Sunday. “I feel bad for them that they can’t handle it in a more productive way.” Anthony Morales, 19, and Matthew Kafker, 18, are each being held on $50,000 bail for charges of criminal damage to property, institutional vandalism and hate crime in a place of worship. A Cook County judge raised her voice at the freshmen and denounced their alleged antics during a Saturday bonding hearing, according to the Chicago Tribune. “These allegations are disgusting to me,” Judge Peggy Chiampas told the teens. “I don't know if any of you know how lucky you are to be at Northwestern University.” The freshmen appeared in court wearing T-shirts and jeans, and never spoke, according to the Tribune. Morales’ mother cried during the hearing. Morales and Kafker allegedly entered the nondenominational Alice Millar Chapel on the school’s Evanston campus around 12:45 a.m. Friday. According to police, the freshmen blemished one hallway with a slur for African-Americans and a swastika. In another part of the chapel, they wrote a slur for homosexuals and spray-painted lines over photos of Muslim students. They drew penises on an organ and over the word “God” in a hallway. Nati Harnik/AP Enlarge Google Maps Enlarge Donald Trump's surname was mixed in with slurs and a swastika that were spray-painted inside Northwestern University's Alice Millar Chapel Friday. Last but not least, they allegedly wrote the GOP presidential front-runner’s surname in a stairwell. Stevens said he discovered the vandalism later that morning and reported it to administration. University President Morton Schapiro called it “an abhorrent act of vandalism” in an email to students Friday, according to the Daily Northwestern. “This disgusting act of hatred violates the deepest values and core commitments of our University and is an affront to us all,” he wrote. Prosecutors have not said why the students allegedly targeted the chapel, or how they accessed it hours after it closed. Stevens told the News there was “no sign of forced entry.” He said he did not believe either student had any ties to the chapel. Workers wiped away most of the graffiti over the weekend — including the “Trump,” Stevens said. That detail was one of the most baffling from the crime, he said. “I can’t speculate whatever it was inside them that needed to be expressed through that,” he said. The chapel went on with its usual Sunday service, he said. University police could not immediately be reached for comment.