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Student whistleblower keeps testing limits

November 13, 2010

CLAREMORE - The Rogers State University student who took her first amendment dispute to a national student rights group says RSU students are largely unaware of their rights or afraid to assert them to administrators.

Because of views like that, Renee Morse-Heenan says she can draw up a sizable list of students she calls "Renee haters."

She admits it. She's abrasive. She gets in the way. She's opinionated.

And she's not done yet.

The student who turned to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education over complaints about former student activities coordinator Lynn Brown now coordinates RSU's first student rights organization - at least until December, when she graduates with an unlikely degree in Biology...

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