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Find Peace
o Mind...

PETS WELCOME: CONTEMPORARY 1 & INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR RE-
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HOSTY
Continued from page 1
Street Publications and co-chair for
the University's Board for Student
Publications echoed Bass's senti-
ments, saying that mostly smaller
college publications could be at risk.
"I think the impact of these kinds of
rulings is mostly on the small, weak pub-
lications," Lenhoff said. "What about all
the smaller college newspapers that oper-
ate with university subsidies or student
fees, and sometimes are totally under the
control of the college's journalism depart-
ment? These are the vulnerable newspa-
pers, and there area lot more of them than
strong, independent papers."
He added that large publications with
supportive alumni would help prevent
them from being censored.
Megan Gantz, the editor in chief of
the Michigan Every Three Weekly -
a satirical campus publication funded
by the University Activities Commit-
tee - said that the more she reads
abut the decision, the more she fears
its implications.
"Without the protection of the Firt
Amendment, budding journalists and
filmmakers could not fully explore
their mediums without fear of repri-
sal," Gantz said.
Last year the E3W was pressured
by the Activities Committee to halt
distribution of an issue after ques-
tionable content.
Ganz said that she does not expect the
E3W to be affected by the Hasty decision,
and that she expects support fromthe Uni-
versity and its respect of First Amenment
rights to save it from such.
"At this point, I'm relying on the lib-
eral atmosphere at (the University) to save
the E3W from censorship. No one likes
to be censored, especially not satirists. If
the E3W didn't ruffle some feathers, we
wouldn't be doing our job correctly. ButtI
trust in our school administrators to real-
ize that they can't promote the University
as an environment that fosters indepen-
dent thought if they don't allow students I
to have uncensored access to many differ-
ent opinions and beliefs. You simply can't
have it both ways,' Ganz said.
The satirical nature of the E3W has
made it the source of debate when itcomes
to censorship, but Ganz said that censor-
ship should not be excused or permitted
because of this.
"In my opinion, if you don't like our
paper, then you shouldn't pick it up. Col-
lege students are adults who can make
their own decisions about what they
will and will not expose themselves to.
If we're not old enough to decide what
we want to read, then we shouldn't be
able to vote, buy alcohol, or fight in
wars, either. Those are much more seri-
ous decisions then whether or not some
newspaper is funny," Ganz said.
University spokeswoman Julie Peter-
son said President Mary Sue Coleman is
strongly supportive of the standing policy,
where student publications have editorial
freedom.
Peterson added that President Cole-
man has no intention of interfering
with that, and that the Hosty decision
does not affect the University's student
publications in any way.
The Hosty decision is currently
being appealed to the Supreme Court,
but the court has not decided whether
to hear it or not.

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