The University of Zurich’s student newspaper revealed on Wednesday that a neo-Nazi worked as a teaching assistant in the university’s philosophy department for four years.In 1999, the unidentified man was convicted in Dortmund, Germany for spraying swastikas and slogans promoting labour camps on walls.He was portrayed as someone who could advance the cause of the neo-Nazi scene in Dortmund.He also founded a local arm of the German Nationalists party.As subsequently reported by the 20 Minuten newspaper, the man’s contract at the university was not renewed at the end of 2010 after colleagues found out about his past.