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After two students were caught with bundles of The Nicholls Worth last Thursday, the University discovered that several other students had removed newspapers from campus.
James Stewart, head of the Department of Mass Communication, said he saw two young men carrying bundles of newspapers on campus, and when he confronted the students they claimed to be taking the newspapers to the library.
Stewart said after questioning the students about who requested the newspapers, students could not come up with a name and admitted to taking the bundles because of a story on the front page regarding the arrest and charging of a fellow fraternity member... Download file "Students steal campus newspapers"