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On the left is the Robert E. Lee statue before it was vandalized. On the right is the statue today.
Administrators discovered damage to the Chapel's statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee early Friday morning.
The protest started 7 p.m. Monday and drew about 100 people.
Lee's statue is located to the right of Duke Chapel's front doors.
The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee on Duke Chapel is situated between Thomas Jefferson and poet Sidney Lanier.
President Richard Brodhead addressed his final Academic Council meeting Thursday.