SLU investigating two incidents of hate speech on campus - KMOV.com

SLU investigating two incidents of hate speech on campus

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

Saint Louis University (SLU) is investigating two instances of hate speech that occurred on campus.

A swastika was drawn in a dorm elevator and someone found hate speech written on the wall inside a campus restroom, university officials said.

The university said it will launch a vigorous investigation into both incidents.

Two similar incidents happened on the campus in 2015. The words “Nazis Rule” were projected inside the Busch Student Center and, on a separate occasion, someone arranged candles in the shape of a swastika on campus.

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