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'Hate graffiti' a growing problem at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Campus administrators are responding after a string of hateful graffiti appeared on campus buildings recently. The La Crosse Tribune says the spike may be due in part to a new website that lets students quickly and easily report such incidents.
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Campus administrators are responding after a string of hateful graffiti appeared on campus buildings recently. The La Crosse Tribune says the spike may be due in part to a new website that lets students quickly and easily report such incidents.

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