Satire back on track at UW-La Crosse

April 24, 2006

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Student Association withdrew its resolution to limit the distribution of a satirical student publication last week following a controversy over First Amendment rights.

“We were never trying to stifle First Amendment rights or stop The Second Supper Alternative News from distributing on campus,” Ryan Kockler and AJ Clauss, president and vice president of UW-L’s Student Association, said in a release. “Our concerns stem from the fact that we know that directly and indirectly students, faculty and staff have been hurt by the language the paper publishes...

Schools: University of Wisconsin – La Crosse Cases: University of Wisconsin at La Crosse: Censorship of Student Magazine