Noted Author Resigns From Northwestern In Censorship Protest

August 25, 2015

By Tyler Kingkade at The Huffington Post

Medical humanities and bioethics professor Alice Dreger is resigning from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, citing the school's censorship of a magazine she guest edited.

Dreger, a noted researcher and author, submitted a resignation letter to Northwestern Provost Daniel Linzer on Monday. She said she's stepping down because the university censored faculty magazine Atrium, forcing editors to take the digital issue offline after they published an article last March about a consensual blowjob involving a nurse in 1978...

Schools: Northwestern University