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Shibley: Scary Times for Free Inquiry at Hampshire College
FIRE’s Robert Shibley takes to the pages of The Boston Herald today to comment on a recent controversy at Hampshire College, where students mounted a successful campaign to disinvite an Afrobeat band that had been scheduled to play a campus Halloween party. The reason for the cancellation? Check out Robert’s column for the answer. Let’s just say it’s more than trick than treat.
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