Art School Shuts Down Student Paper

San Francisco Bay Guardian | June 16, 2004
At San Francisco's Academy of Art, the biggest art school in the country, the administration has expelled two students for edgy writing, let go two professors who complained, and shut down the school paper that tried to cover the controversy.

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