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Flickr/Ed Uthman ( Few actions are more offensive than educational institutions stomping on the First Amendment rights of students. Those breaches include the all-too-frequent contamination of student media by administrators and marketing officials. Butler University, a private school in Indianapolis, recently removed and replaced the faculty adviser of its student newspaper with one of the institution’s spokesmen, according to the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ). While the reason for her removal wasn’t explained, Loni McKown told the news organization she believes it’s due to accidentally forwarding a confidential email to the paper’s student editor.

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