Mount St. Mary’s Student Newspaper Adviser Fired After Paper’s Investigation into President’s Emails

February 10, 2016

By Kaitlin DeWulf at SPLC

MARYLAND — A private Catholic university has found itself in a swarm of controversy after its campus newspaper reported that the president referred to incoming freshmen as bunnies that need to be “drowned,” which has since led to the firings of the newspaper’s adviser and a tenured professor.

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