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Oakland University denies appeals by student who wrote ‘Hot for Teacher’

August 6, 2013

by Dave Phillips

Daily Tribune

 

An Oakland University student who was banned from school for a "Hot For Teacher" essay penned about one of his professors has had his appeal denied, according to a letter sent from the university to an organization that represents the man.

Joseph Corlett, 56, of Orion Township, has been banned from campus since a Jan. 3 disciplinary hearing. He was found guilty of unlawful individual activities during that hearing and was suspended for three semesters and banned from campus, according to a press release from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), which represents Corlett...

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Oakland University denies appeals by student who wrote ‘Hot for Teacher’

March 14, 2012

An Oakland University student who was banned from school for a "Hot For Teacher" essay penned about one of his professors has had his appeal denied, according to a letter sent from the university to an organization that represents the man...