By Jake New in InsideHigherEd
This article contains explicit and potentially offensive terms that are essential to reporting on this situation.
Last month, a prisoner serving time at a federal penitentiary in Lewisburg, Penn., was listening to a local radio broadcast when the speakers spat out a string of racist phrases.
“Niggers,” one of the voices said. “Black people should be dead,” said another. A third voice said, “Lynch them.” The following week, the prisoner told a local prisoner advocacy group about what he heard, and the group contacted the station: WVBU, the student radio station at Bucknell University. On Monday, the three students featured in the broadcast -- which was called “Happy Times" -- were expelled...
Schools: University of Oklahoma