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by Noah Bein
A report from a prominent watchdog group last week sharply criticized the administration's handling of the discrimination case against Prof. Donald Hindley (POL) and ignited a firestorm on the Internet and in national media.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a nonprofit organization that examines issues of free speech in higher education, published the report on its Web site last Wednesday, admonishing Provost Marty Krauss and University President Jehuda Reinharz for their role in the investigation of student complaints about Hindley's alleged use of the word wetbacks in a Latin American studies course last September... Download file "FIRE publishes report on Hindley"
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