UNT Dining Services cook prints racial slur on student’s receipt

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DENTON - A racial slur printed on a University of North Texas dining services receipt caused a quick investigation of the culprit on campus.

The student, @ChelseaMonAmour on Twitter, tweeted the receipt showing the N-word printed on it with the caption, "I need answers..."

The UNT Dining Services tweeted a response to the matter, saying they would investigate the issue and apologized.

UNT's president, Neal Smatresk, also tweeted a response to @ChelseaMonAmour, assuring her that they "acted immediately to identify the person responsible and that person has been terminated."

The Tweet started a conversation online and on campus.

One student says, "To be honest I`ve seen like other racist stuff around UNT and the area of Denton, so I wasn`t really that surprised."

Another says, "'I don`t know if they regret it or not, because they admitted it."

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