Racial slurs continue to trouble FGCU

Published: December 1, 2016 10:43 PM EST

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Racially charged messages continue to plague the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University.

A sign reading “White Guilt: Free Yourself From Cultural Marxism” was posted on a light pole outside the library. The sign also listed a website for a group that considers themselves part of the “alt-right,” a white nationalist movement.

The website emphasizes that white people are a minority and need to take back their country.

These posters also appeared at the University of Central Florida and Purdue University.

This is the fourth 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.”

The most recent incident was in November when someone keyed a slur for homosexuals onto a student’s vehicle.

University police have not found the person responsible for these acts.