(Source: Office of the President, Almanac, July 18, 1989)
The confiscation of publications on campus is inconsistent with the University’s policies and procedures, and with the ideals of the University. It is inconsistent with the University’s Guidelines on Open Expression, and could violate contractual arrangements between the University and other parties. Members of the University community who are responsible for confiscating publications should expect to be held accountable.
(See page 4 – Almanac, July 18, 1989)
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