Offensive messages continue to plague FGCU campus

Reporter: Chris Cifatte
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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Another derogatory message has been reported on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University.

A student reported that someone keyed a slur for homosexuals onto her vehicle.

This is the third incident reported this school year. The first incident was in October when a racial slur was written on a whiteboard outside of a professor’s office. It read kill “the N-word” with a stick figure hanging from a tree. Less than a month later, a student spotted another racial epithet written on a library whiteboard, which said “Noose Tying 101.”

University police are investigating the incident and have not found the person responsible for these acts.

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