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“DePaul University has punished a student for publicizing the names of fellow students who admitted to vandalizing his organization’s pro-life display. The student, Kristopher Del Campo, has been placed on probation after being found responsible for multiple conduct violations, including one that absurdly brands the publication of the names as ‘disorderly, violent, intimidating or dangerous.’ The Foundation for Individual Rights In Education (FIRE) has intervened in his case.”
University administrators like to characterize anything they don’t like as a threat.