September 4, 2007
Baylor U. Removes a Web Page Associated With Intelligent Design From Its Site
Another controversy over the study of intelligent design is brewing at Baylor University. Officials at the institution, in Waco, Tex., have removed from the university's Web site a personal Web page created by Robert J. Marks II, a professor of engineering, that outlined his work in an "evolutionary informatics" laboratory. A lawyer representing Mr. Marks said Baylor's actions amount to viewpoint discrimination and a suppression of his client's academic freedom.
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