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Student Endangers Master’s Degree With Vitriolic Addition to Thesis

March 17, 2000

Christopher T. Brown didn't pull any punches when he attached a special "disacknowledgments" section to his master's thesis that used the "F" word to criticize everyone at the University of California at Santa Barbara from the graduate dean on down. The stunt just may cost him his degree... Download file "Student Endangers Master's Degree With Vitriolic Addition to Thesis"

Schools: University of California, Santa Barbara Cases: University of California, Santa Barbara: Censorship of Student Thesis