A student reacted on "Fox and Friends" this morning after a Jewish fraternity house was defaced with a swastika at University of California-Davis.

A $2,500 reward has been offered for information on the incident. 

It happened after a heated meeting on campus in which the student senate passed a resolution calling on the school to divest from companies that support Israel. 

The vote was opposed by Jewish students and the vandalism at the Alpha Epsilon Pi occurred a day later. At one point in the meeting, pro-Palestinian students began shouting “Allahu Akbar.”

Nathaniel Bernhard, president of the fraternity, told Elisabeth Hasselbeck that he and his brothers have since spray-painted over the swastikas.

He said he sees the incident as a positive because it highlights the presence of anti-Semitism on college campuses.

"People are now able to see on a national stage that anti-Semitism on college campuses is still a serious issue. It's not an abstract fantasy or something that only happens in Europe or the Middle East. It's something that's happening right here," said Bernhard, who added that campus and local police have done a great job of making Jewish students feel safe.

The university's president condemned the vandals' actions, saying "nothing rivals a swastika as a more potent or offensive symbol of hatred" toward Jews. The CAIR executive director also issued a statement condemning the vandalism. 

Watch the interview above.