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Chapel Hill High graffiti artists troll principal

Posted by on Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 12:46 PM

Graffiti trolling Principal Jackson at Chapel Hill High this month.
  • Graffiti trolling Principal Jackson at Chapel Hill High this month.

Behold: Graffiti artists with an apparent, albeit spotty, grasp of ethics.

An Indy reader sent us this photo, taken at Chapel Hill High School earlier this month. It appears to be a prank trolling Principal Sulura Jackson, who was accused by teachers last year of failing to cite her sources in numerous letters and writings.

Although it's cut off in the photo, the pranksters wrote "cite this" before directing Jackson to Easybib, a free, online bibliography generator. They also took the time to misspell Jackson's first name and write the word "plagiarism" with a slash through it.

Tensions are high at Chapel Hill High these days, following the plagiarism allegations and a recently-released teacher survey panning school leadership.

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