November 19, 1999
A Purple Yearbook and Free Speech on Campuses
While summer lingered in most places, a chilling wind swept campuses nationwide in September, when a federal appeals court in Cincinnati ruled that Kentucky State University was justified in censoring its students' yearbook.
Most students and faculty members haven't even noticed it yet, but at state colleges and universities from Orono, Me., to San Diego, the decision in Kincaid v. Gibson could end up plunging free expression into an enduring
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