Wednesday, April 06, 2005

DePaul school newspaper responds on Klocek controversy

Okay, this is from last week, but I have some catching up to do now that I'm back from California. The DePaulia, in this article, discusses free speech, or more accurately in my opinion, the lack of free speech at DePaul University in Chicago.

It looks like things are starting to stir up at DePaul, according to The DePaulia.

Many petitions are circulating around DePaul’s campus in an attempt to defend the right to free speech. Some students are not even aware of (Klocek's) suspension, but several who are have been getting quite riled up over the event.

Good. Very good.

Now, once again, as far as I know, the Chicago area media, outside of ABC 7 Chicago, WBBM Newsradio 78 (article not archived) and the Chicago Jewish News have completely ignored this story.

And the mainstream media seem stupefied why there are bloggers out there! Would this story have died without blogging?

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