Making unwanted information disappear is no longer the sole domain of shady government agencies. Student reporters at Florida Gulf Coast University recently discovered that a dozen distribution racks had been emptied. This represents a loss of anywhere from 720 to 1,440 editions of the Eagle News.
The paper recently ran a story highlighting the $16,000 debt owed by the men’s lacrosse team. This was the only recent story that editor-in-chief Kelli Krebs could point to as possibly being considered controversial.
If not retaliation, somebody’s got one heck of a paper maché project in the works.
Read mores bout this at the Student Press Law Center.