Kettering meeting canceled as police, FBI investigate racist graffiti
FLINT, Mich. – Flint police and the FBI are now investigating racist graffiti found at Kettering University.
As a result classes were cancelled Tuesday.
In a letter to students, the president of the school called off a campus-wide meeting Tuesday, to talk about the situation.
Saying that meeting will be held at a later date.
Meanwhile, students are still worried, and want whoever did this caught.
"Well I personally think it was very immature from the people, and it effected some of my friends,” said student Jesus Huicar.
"They were really scared because their lives were threatened. This is something really harsh, it’s really difficult here in the U.S., it's a difficult topic,” added student Gerardo Rios.
The president of the school, Doctor Robert McMahan, declined a request for an interview.